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Eastern nazarene College 

Wollaston, Massachusetts 



VOLUME XXVIII 




NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY 

Editor-in-Qhiej 

R. WESLEY BLACHLY, JR. 



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HADLEY E. SMITH 




Pentecostal Collegiate Institute 
Saratoga Springs, New York (1900) 




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FIFTY years of progress— from a small 
Bible school to a fully accredited liberal 
arts college. There were changes, new 
buildings, new courses; there were 
ventures of faith; there were sacrifices 
made by men and women who were 
called of God, who had visions. There 
were days when the only means of keep- 
ing the school together was the broom 
factory— and faith. 



P.C.I. moves-North Scituate, R. I. (1902) 



1900 





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Next step of faith— Eastern Nazarene College (1918) 



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Throughout these fifty years there 
have gone from the school missionaries, 
ministers, physicians, educators, and 
nurses. Through them the influence of 
Eastern Nazarene College has been 
spread into every region of the earth. 

E. N. C. has not stopped growing. 
It still has men and women of sacrifice; 
it still makes ventures of faith. New 
buildings are planned; enrollment is 
increased every year; new courses are 
added. E. N. C. marches onward! 







Growth continues— Fowler Memorial (1930) 



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A needed increase— Munro Hall (1945) 








1950 



Cardboard Palace replaced— Memorial Hall (1948) 




'Son of sturdy Yankee forebears, born and 
reared in the soft green and rocky granite of the Vermont 
mountains, grounded in the simple virtues, captivated 
by the Holy Spirit, molded in and by a holiness college, 
dedicated to lay service to God and the Church, moving 
in ever widening circles as a teacher of clarity and in- 
sight, an administrator and educator with the power to 
command the loyalty of students and the respect of the 
educational and business world " — this is our First 
Crusader. 

Since student days, he has crusaded with our 
growing college. He has shared her battles; he has 
shared her victories; he has dreamed of her future. 
E. N. C. is his past . . . E. N. C. is his present . . . E. N. C. 
is his future. 



EDWARD STEBBINS MANN 

A.M., LL.D. 



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Fifty years ago . . . the dawn of a 
century, the birth of an institution. 
Today . . . the turn of that century, 
the onward march of that institution. 
Envisioned with the purpose, "In hoc 
signo vinces," Eastern Nazarene College stands to point us to "Via, Veritas, Vita." 

Although the NAUTILUS is for everyone, it is especially for the 
senior. Hence, in its motto and in its colors, the NAUTILUS for nineteen 
hundred and fifty is closely linked with the Class of '50. Just as each senior with 
knightly characteristics takes up the banner "In hoc signo vinces," so each student 
in his preparation for knighthood may enter into the spirit of this same crusade. 

Like the knights of the Twelfth Century, we have the same three ideals 
. . . devotion to our lady, glorification of self, warfare for the cause of right. 
We, too. make our vows to uphold these ideals. 

Our lady is the Lady of Education. Whether kings with sincere 
loyalty tending the aspirations of our lady, or enfants, pages, squires, and knights 
receiving her wisdom, we uphold her standards. In each training period our 
devotion to her has been on trial, and it has proved true. 



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Tournament jousts of old glorified knightly skill; soeieties. clubs, 
social life and sports at E. N. C. strengthen each student's "self." In mental 
and physical skills we strive for honor and glorification. Our pmpose is prepa- 
ration for service in the future. 

Warfare, a chief pursuit among medieval knights, was constant 
and long, a continual readiness to overcome the enemy for the cause of right; 
to us comes the challenge to be ever alert, to go forward with undaunted stride, 
a challenge from the Church of the Nazarene to participate in the Mid-Century 
Crusade for Souls. 

Today we stand upon the threshold of a turning century. Were we 
to look back, we would see hard-fought battles, but glorious victories, both as 
a church and as a college. As we look toward the future, we foresee further 
conflict, but stimulated by the 
triumphs of the past, we take 
courage. With our eyes on the 
Cross, we lift high our banner, 
"In hoc signo vinces." 








'They are not kings who sit on thrones, but they who know how to govern.' 



Eastern Nazarene College 

Wollaston Park. Quincy, Massachusetts 



Office of the PretiJenl 



May 8, 1950 



Dear friend of E.P.C., 

The E.II.C. story is a thrilling epic of sacrifice 
and devotion, of vision and fulfillment. From our present vantage 
point, after fifty years of progress, we can see that the history of 
the past is replete with toil, and effort, and struggle. As we trace 
the development of the college from the earliest days as a small Bible 
school at the turn of the century, it is also evident that there have 
been periods of growth and accompli shment and times of glorious realiza- 
tion. 

E.K.C. is a crusade, splendid in its conception, 
valient in its endeavor, and impressive in its achievement. Its vic- 
tories have been won under the banner of the cross. 

E.II.C. is also a spirit, infectious and impelling. 
It has flamed in the hearts of the consecrated men and women whose 
sturdy Christian character is reflected today in the ideals and 
standards of the oollege. 

Nothing more meaningful can be said for E.ft.C. than 
to declare that the spirit which has characterized the institution for 
half a century is still alivej and that the crusade which was begun so 
many years ago is still being carried on with increased vision and aug- 
mented forces. 

The future presents an unparalleled challenge. We 
face it with firm confidence that God who has led so unerringly during 
the past fifty years will, in the days ahead, continue to lead on in 
victorious conquest. 

Sincerely yours , 



CcUv-exA^&.TTl^ 



Edward S. Mann, President 



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TRUSTEES 




Front Row: O. Reed, R. Smith, R. Heinlein, R. Ingland, M. Emery, E. Mann, O. Benedum, 
L. Spangenberg, E. Grosse, J. Parker, J. C. Albright, E. Wolfe, F. Ketner, A. Collins. Second 
Row: J. Cubic, O. Finch, F. Wycoff. A. Olson. J. Tnrpel. H. Ward, W. Hammar, D. Palmer. 
L. Burke, J. MacGregor. Not present for photo R. Wood, W. Angell. 




MEETING twice annually to formulate plans for the progress of E.N.C., 
this group of consecrated men not only help to share administrative policies, but they 
also challenge and inspire the student body through their words of greeting and exhorta- 
tion, both in the chapel service and in their contacts with students on the campus. To 
many these representatives bring greetings from parents and friends in churches 
throughout the zone; to all they bring encouragement and blessing through their lives 
of devotion to our Christ. 




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FACULTY 



"THE PEOPLE are Fashioned according to the example of their 
kings." 

These are our leaders— the kingly men and women who guide us on 
our way to the Holy City, 

Fifty years ago Pentecostal Collegiate Institute was started with a simi- 
lar group of men and women. It was a small staff, but when the Institute moved 
to Wollaston and became Eastern Nazarene College, its faculty numbered seven- 
teen. Of that number four have continued the crusade with E.N.C. in the face of 
dark and difficult days. 

Now there are thirty-four men and women who make up E.N.C. s 
faculty. But they are more than teachers; they arc also spiritual counselors. Many 
students have found professors willing to talk over problems and to give counsel 
toward an establishing Christian experience. By their kingly example, the E.N.C. 
faculty inspire us to full devotion, to an honorable glorification of skills, and to a 
valiant spirit in crusading for the cause of Christ. 




EDWARD S. PHILLIPS 

A.B., Th.B. 

Vice-President 

"Ay, every inch a king!" 

Big in stature, big in heart, our 
genial vice-president made himself 
known and loved at E.N.C. and 
made E.N.C. known and loved by 
the eastern educational zone. As 
manager of the college building 
Fund, Mr. Phillips spent week-ends 
and summers in traveling from 
New Brunswick to Washington, 
D. C, representing the cause of 
his alma mater. 



BERTHA MUNRO 

A.M. 

Dean of the College 
Literature 

"There's a woman like a dew- 
drop, she's so purer than the 
purest; And her noble heart's 
the noblest, yes, and her sure 
faith's the surest." 

Executing the office of Dean of 
the College is but one of Dean 
Munro's duties. 

In addition to her teaching 
schedule, the dean is ever ready to 
counsel and guide students scholas- 
tically and spiritually. Every Sun- 
day morning Miss Munro imparts 
to her Sunday School Class her 
"truth for today." As teacher and 
guide she assists students in de- 
veloping a sound philosophy of life. 





JASPER ROSS NAYLOR 

B.S., A.M. 

Business Manager, Mathematics 



"Yet he looks like a king; be- 
hold his eye, As bright as is 
the eagle's, lightened forth 
controlling majesty." 

Supervising the inevitable repair 
jobs on campus . . . making finan- 
cial arrangements with students 
who must work for expenses . . . 
explaining the intricacies of calcu- 
lus in the classroom— these tasks 
and main- others make Professor 
Naylor's days busy, but important 
ones. His ready wit, casual manner, 
and example of devotion to Christ 
are long to be remembered by all 
who know him. 



MADELINE NEASE 

A.B. 

Registrar 



"She was a queen of noble 
Nature's crowning, A smile of 
hers was like an act of grace." 

Methodical and exact in every- 
thing she docs. Mrs. Madeline 
Nease is always busy with an end- 
less array of forms to be filled out 
and records to be kept. Yet she is 
ever ready to listen to a student's 
problem or victory, and to spend 
her t very effort to be a blessing to 
all who come within her influence. 









EDITH FRANCES COVE, Mus.M. 

Pianoforte, Organ 

"To waken interest and kindle enthusiasm is a 
sure way to govern successfully." 



FRED JAMES SHIELDS, A.M., Ed.M., D.D. 
Psychology, Sociology 

"The king's leavings are better than the lords 
bounty." 



KENT GOODNOW, A.M. 

Classical Languages, German, Spanish 

"If fidelity were lost, it could be found in the 
heart of this king." 



JAMES HOUSTON SHRADER, Ph.D. 
Chemistry 

"We love the king who loves the law, respects its 
bounds, and reigns content within them." 



JOSEPH GLENN GOULD, A.M., D.D. 

Theology, College Pastor 

"To be a kingdom's bulwark, a king's glory. 
Yet loved by both, and trusted and trustworthy; 
Is more than to be a king." 



ALICE SPANGENBERG, A.M.* 
English 

"Entire and sure the monarch's rule must prove, 
Who founds her greatness on her subject's love." 



VERNON THOMAS GROVES, Ph.D. 

Psychology 

"The clearest mark of a true king is that he is 
one whom all good men can praise without com- 
punction during his life." 



WILLIAM JAMES VERNER BABCOCK, A.M. 

Biology 

"A good king is a public servant." 



MARY RISER HARRIS, A.M. 

French, Spanish 

"Queens speak the language of the company that 
they are in; 
Speak it purely, and unlarded with any other." 



HARVEY JUDSON SMITH BLANEY, A.B., B.D. 

Biblical Literature 

"The king's name is a tower of strength." 



•Twenty-fifth year of teaching 







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LOUISE A. DYGOSKI, A.M. 

Speech 

' 'Tis noble to move others, heart to heart, 
When your speech conies from your heart." 



MEL-THOMAS ROTHWELL, A.M. 

Philosophy 

"Happy when both to the same centre move, 
When kings give liberty, and subjects love. 



OLIVE BYNON MARPLE, A.B. 

Piano, Organ 

'Queens and music hath their charms.' 



TIMOTHY LAWRENCE SMITH, A.M. 
History 

"A king so good, so just, so great; that at his birth 
the heavenly council paused, and then at last 
cried out, 'This is a man!' " 



ROLLAND WEBSTER PARSONS, M.S. 

Education, Director of Plujsical Education 

"Royalty consists not in vain pomp but in great 
virtues." 



ESTHER D. WILLIAMSON 
Dean of Women; Voice 

"The best queen is one who suggests rather than 
dogmatizes, who inspires radier than rules." 



ANDREW FINDLEY RANKIN, A.M. 

Economics 

"When kings and people understand each other 
past a doubt, 
It takes a foe and more to knock that country 
out." 



WALLACE DIXON, A.M. 

Biology 

"Of nought but earth can earth make us partaker 
But knowledge makes a king more like his 
Maker." 



HELEN FRANCIS ROTHWELL, A.M. 
Spanish 

'The fairest queen that ever king received. 



CHARLES WESLEY AKERS, A.M. 

History 

"A king ruleth as he ought— to the profit of all." 












FRANCES ALLEN, B.S. 

Chemistry 

'Wisdom is the noblest pedigree." 



MARY SUMNER LECHNER, A.M. 
English 

"The seeret of a queen's success is constancy or 
purpose." 



GEORGE JOSEPH DELP, S.T.B. 

Greek, Church History 

"The sure foundations of the state are laid in the 
king's knowledge." 



ROBERT HARRIS MAYBURY, A.M." 
Chemistry 

"Kind as kings upon their coronation day." 



EDITH PEIRCE GOODNOW, A.M. 

English Literature 

"The more noble, the more humble.' 



ELIZABETH McFARLAND 

B.S. in Pub. Sch. Mus. 

Music 

"Modesty is the chastity of merit, the virginity oi 
royal souls." 



WARD M. HUNTING, M.S. 

Chemistry, Mathematics 

"No principle is more kingly, as there is none 
more holy, than that of true obedience." 



WILBUR HANDLEY MULLEN, Th.B., A.M. 

Dean of Men; Theology 

"Our converse with kings should be either as rare 
or as pleasing as possible." 



HADRIAN BLAIR LECHNER, A.M. 

Physics, Mathematics 

'Tis so much to be a king that he is more so 
v being so." 



EVANGELOS SOTERIADES, A.M., B.S. 

Librarian 

"A man's a man; but when you see a king, you 
see the work of many thousand men." 



•Leave of absence 




ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS 

Elizabeth Young Charles List Grace Banham Frank Bowers Mary Rankin 

Secretary to the President Supervisor of Maint. Secretary to the V.-Pres. Food Service Manager Service Manager 




Charles Djerf, M.D. Emma Jane Bruce, R.N. Audry Ward Lawrence Moore 

College Doctor College Nurse Financial Clerk Bookkeeper 

Not pictured: Harry Bartch, night watchman 



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POST GRADUATES 




Bruce Eastman Berry 



Henry John Cooper 



Mary Jane Ewing 



"Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a work- 
man that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the 
word of truth." 

The diligent application to the task of preparing our- 
selves as evangelists, pastors, missionaries, and teachers was 
our aim this year. 

By sincere devotion to Christ we endeavored to de- 
velop strong characters and holy lives, that our ministry may 
reflect the glory of Christ and the beauty of holiness whether 
our service be here or in foreign lands. The determination of 
each of us is "Where He leads me I will follow!" 



Wallace Everett Haner 



Robert Lee Jones 



James Gregory Larkin 




Roy Gustave Lundin 



David Roderick Morrison Laurence Kendall Mullen 




C. Keys. Pres.; R. Allen. V. Pres.; C;. Walton, S. C. Rep.; D. Young, Secy.; 
Prof. Naylor; D. Darsch, Treas. 




SENIORS 









FOR THE SENIORS, the year 1950 is 
symbolic of many things— the year of gradua- 
tion, the turning of a century, a mid-century 
crusade in the Church of the Nazarene. In a 
real sense we are knights crusading toward a 
Holy City. Knights of the Cross, each of us 
has chosen as his Holy City a particular goal. 

At E.N.C. we have put on our armor, 
the armor of a Christlike life. With the aid 
and example of the faculty, our kings, we have 
polished our armor;' we have, discovered and 
given expression to those traits of Christian 






character that will make us effective in our 
crusade. 

The Holy City is still a vision of the fu- 
ture, but graduation brings us very near. Some 
of us saw the Holy City— our objective in life— 
before we came to E.N.C; others have chosen 
it under the influence of our Alma Mater. Our 
years in college have been part of our route to 
that goal. 

And so we take our knightly vows and 
leave E.N.C. In our hearts and in our minds 
will be our battle cry— "In Hoc Signo Vinces!" 




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ALEXANDER ARDREY 

A.B. in Theology, Theology 
Beta 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic Association 1, 2; 
Student Ministerial Association 3, 4. 

Knight of the Staunch Ministry. Armor: Holiness in 
action. Battle Cry: "And gladly preach!" Holy City: 
Canada for God. 



PAUL DEAN BASHAM 

A.B., Biology 
Alpha 1; Sigma 2, 3,4; Green Book 1; football, 
baseball 1, 2; Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
College Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4; American 
Nature Study Society 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 2, 
president 3, 4; Rover Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, first mate 3, 
secretary 4; Biology Department Scholarship 3; 
Campus Camera 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 
4, chaplain 3. 

Knight of the Cheerful Smile. Armor: His honest 
thought. Battle Cry: Semper idem! Holy City: 
Ministry in the wide open spaces of Alaska. 



LORNA RAE ALLEN 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Alpha 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; House Council 1; Miriams 
f, 2, librarian f; Evangelistic Association f, 2, 3, 4; 
College Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Psychology 
Club 2; volleyball, basketball 2, 3, 4; A Cappella 
Choir 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4. 

Knight of the Gap-filling Versatility. Armor: Positive 
confidence. Battle Cry: "My Voice for Christ!" Holy- 
City: Morale-building. 



RUTH ELLEN ALLEN 

A.B., Literature 
Class Valedictorian 
Beta 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4; College Scholarship f; 
Green Book 1; Historical Society 1; Future Teachers 
of America f; Evangelistic Association f, 2; New 
England District Scholarship 2, 4; Campus Camera 
2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Faculty Scholarship 3; 
Nautilus 3, 4, associate editor 4; Literature Club 3, 
4, vice-president 3; Class vice-president 4. 

Knight of the Much-in-Little. Armor: Thoroughness. 
Battle Cry; "All knowledge my province!" Holy City: 
Ten talents invested. 





PAUL DAVID BERGERS 

A.B., Economics 
Gamma 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic Association 1. 
2, 3, 4; Psychology Club 1, 2, 3, 4, president 4; Rover 
Crew 2, 3; baseball 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of 
America treasurer 4. 

Knight of the Boyish Air and Manly Ways. Armor: 
Resourcefulness. Battle Cry: "Captains Courageous!" 
Holy City: Christ in the economic world. 



RAY WESLEY BLACHLY, JR. 

A.B., Economics 
Gamma 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1; A Cappella 
Choir 1, 3; Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3; College 
Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Camera 2 
Asaphs vice-president 2; Las Estrellas treasurer 2 
Nautilus 2, 3, 4, associate editor 3, editor-in-chief 4 
Student Ministerial Association 3. 

Knight of the Practical Efficiency. Armor: Unfailing 
serenity plus dogged perseverance. Battle Cry: 
"Nautilus forever!" Holy City: Business and religion. 



JUNE ELSIE BAUER 

A.B., Biology 
Gamma 1; Sigma 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic Association 1; 
field hockey, basketball 1; A Cappella Choir 2; House 
Council 2; American Nature Study Society 3, 4; 
Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Music Club 4. 

Knight of the Sturdy Independence. Armor: Defi- 
niteness. Battle Cry: "When a woman will, she will, 
and there's an end on't!" Holv Citv: A useful life. 



JUNE ELIZABETH BEDELL 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Owosso Bible College 1; Olivet Nazarene College 2; 
Delta 3, 4; Miriams 3; Psychology Club 3; Future 
Teachers of America president 4; Prospective Mis- 
sionaries 4. 

Knight of the Thoughtful Ways. Armor: Deep seri- 
ousness. Battle Cry: "For William the Conqueror!" 
Holy City: The ministry of the parsonage queen. 





BERNICE LOUISE BOOZELL 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Gamma 1; Delta 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic Association 1, 
2; Speech Club 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 
2, 3, 4, vice-president 4; Psvehologv Club treasurer 
4. 

Knight of the Helping Hand. Armor: Wholesome 
kindness. Battle Cry; "Martha hands, a Mary mind!" 
Holv City: Everv day for Christ. 



CARROLL FRANCIS BRADLEY 

A.B., History 
Trevecca Nazarene College 1; Sigma 2, 3, 4; Class 
vice-president 2; A Cappella Choir 2, 3; football, 
basketball, baseball 2, 3, 4; "Outstanding Bov Ath- 
lete" 3; "N" Club 3, 4, president 4; "Who's Who" 4; 
Historical Society 4. 

Knight of the Lofty Stature and Voice. Armor: Mens 
sans in corpore sano. Battle Cry: "A merry heart!" 
Holy City: A Christian physical ed instructor. 



OLLIE CORA BLACK 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Alpha f; Zeta 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3; Green Book 
1; Biology Club 1; Evangelistic Association f, 2; 
cheerleader 1, 2; Miriams f, 2, 3; Psychology Club 
secretary-treasurer 2; Young People's Society 
Council 3; Class treasurer 3; Future Teachers oi 
America 3; A Cappella Choir 4; House Council presi- 
dent 4. 

Knight of the Vivacious Charm. Armor: Cheerful 
consistency. Battle Cry: "O my Darling!" Holy City: 
A Christian in the schoolroom— temporarily. 



PAUL EDWIN BLACK 

A.B. in Theology, Theology 
Gamma 1; Delta 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic Association 2; 
Bowne Philosophical Society 3; Student Ministerial 
Association 3, 4. 

Knight of the Unmixed Godliness. Armor: Simple 
faith his utmost skill. Battle Cry: "Holiness unto the 
Lord!" Holv City: The manse. 





RONALD EUGENE BULA 

A.B., Philosophy 

Alpha 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4; College Missionary Society 
1, 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic Association 2; Bowne Philo- 
sophical Society 2, 3, 4, secretary-treasurer 3; 
Student Ministerial Association 3, 4. 

Knight of the Determined Will. Armor: Individual- 
ism. Battle Cry: "I call a fig a fig, a spade a spade." 
Holy City: Practical Christian philosophy. 



ALTHEA MERRITTS BURTON 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Alpha 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; Literature Club 1; Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2, 3; Class secretary 2; Future Teach- 
ers of America 2, 3, 4. 

Knight of the Accompanist Skill. Armor: Conscien- 
tiousness. Battle Cry: "If ever wife was happy in a 
man!" Holy City: Efficient quiet service. 



CHARLES HENRY BRUCE 

B.S., Matliematics 
Gamma 1; Sigma 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, 
business manager 4; Speech Club 3, 4, president 4; 
Campus Camera business manager 4; Rover Scouts 
4; football 4. 

Knight of the Sun-Crowned Head— and Personality. 
Armor: High ambitions. Battle Cry: "No fouls!" 
Holy City: Civil engineering with Christ. 



EMMA JANE BRUCE 

B.S., Nursing 
Union Protestant School of Nursing; Sigma 2, 3, 4, 
secretary 3, vice-president 4; Green Book 2; Campus 
Camera 2; Evangelistic Association 2, 3, 4; Miriams 
2, 3; College Missionary Society 3; Fidelis Class 
president 3; Young People's Society Council 3; 
Nautilus 4; Meistersingers 4. 

Knight of the Big Sisterly Counsel. Armor: Practical 
Christianity. Battle Cry: "To heal, to help, to lift!" 
Holy City: Foreign missionary service. 





BETTY RUTH CHRISTENSEN 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Beta 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; Music Club 1, 2, vice-president 
2; Orchestra 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 
S, 4; Psychology Club 2, 3, 4; House Council 2, 3. 
4, vice-president 3; Nautilus 4; Young People's 
Society vice-president 4; American Nature Study 
Society 4. 

Knight of the Domestic Touch. Armor: Sympathetic 
understanding. Battle Cry: "By the Stair(s)way to 
the sky!" Holy City: Preacher-teacher's helpmeet. 



LOWELL EDWARD CRUTCHER 

A.B., History 
Alpha 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4. 

Knight of the Invincible Good Nature. Armor: 
Sincerity. Battle Cry: "A little nonsense now and 
then—!" Holv Citv: An answered call— in time. 



WILLIAM EDWARD CALDWELL 
A.B.. Mathematics 

Alpha 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; football 3, 4; basketball 2, 3, 
4; Mathematics Club president 2, 3. 

Knight of the Math Brain— yet 3 /4 unworked. Armor: 
Youth— and a disarming grin. Battle Cry: "I will 
steer mv rudder true!" Holv City: A Ph.D. in Phvsics. 



PHILir RALPH CHATTO 

A.B. in Theology, Biblical Literature 
Beta 1; Delta 2, 3, 4; College Missionary Society 
1, 2; Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Ministerial 
Association 3, 4; Boune Philosophical Society 3, 4. 

Knight of the Fervent Prayers. Armor: Personal 
testimony. Battle Cry: Praise ye the Lord!" Hob 
City: Saving souls. 





FRANCES LUCILLE DORSETT 

A.B., Literature 
Beta 1; Delta 2, 3, 4, Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 
3, 4; Literature Club 2, 3, 4, secretary-treasurer 3, 
president 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Kauffman Scholar- 
ship 4. 

Knight of the Gentle Voice and Iron Spirit. Armor: 
Depth of thought. Battle Cry: "My Utmost for His 
Highest!" Holy City: The true, the beautiful, the 
good— in Christ. 



BONNY JUNE DOUGLAS 

A.B., Modern Language, Music 
Beta 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4; field hockey 1; Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2; Hospital Choir 1, 2; Music Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2; Miriams 3; Albany District 
Scholarship 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Amer- 
ican Nature Study Society 4. 

Knight of the Magic Fingers. Armor: Loyalty. Battle 
Crv: "Music hath charms!" Holv Citv: Harmonv. 



HAROLD WILLIAM DARLING 

A.B., Psychology 
Gamma 1; Sigma 2, 3, 4, treasurer 2, 4; coordinator 
3; Psychology Club 1, 2; football, baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Campus Camera 2; Class treasurer 2; Nautilus 2. 4; 
A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4; Class chaplain 3; Crusader 
Quartet 3; Evangelistic Association 3, 4; Ambassador 
Quartet 4. 

Knight of the Crusader Quartet. Armor: Courtesy, 
humility. Battle Cry: "Constant as the Northern 
Star!" Holy City: A chair of psychology. 



DONALD PHILIP DARSCH 

A.B., Biology 
Beta 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4, chaplain 4; Societas Prae-Medica 
1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 4; Chemical Association 
1, 2, 3, 4, librarian 3; Rover Crew 2, 3, 4, patrol 
leader 4; Class treasurer 4. 

Knight of the Unshakable Purpose. Armor: Persist- 
ence. Battle Cry: "Where there's a will—!" Holy 
Citv: Medical or educational missions. 





EVELYN LOUISE GIBSON 
A.B.. in Theology, Biblical Literature 
Cleveland Bible College 1; Sigma 2, 3, 4; Biology 
Club 2, 3; Evangelistic Association 2, 3, 4; Miriams 
2, 3, secretary-treasurer 3; Young People's Society 
vice-president 3; Meistersingers 4. 

Knight of the Gracious Manners— and Life. Armor: 
Trust. Battle Cry: "Gloved, cloaked, furred by love's 
warm word!" Holy City: Christian service partner- 
ship. 



JANICE EILEEN GILES 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Beta 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2; basketball, volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: 
"Outstanding Girl Athlete" 3; Future Teachers of 
America librarian 3; "N" Club 3, 4, vice-president 4. 

Knight of the Athletic Prowess. Armor: Good 
sportsmanship. Battle Cry: "Eyes front!" Holy 
City: Lifting young people to the good life. 



CHARLES EDGAR EISENBISE 

A.B., Mathematics 

Drexel Institute of Technology 1, 2; Sigma 3, 4; 
Historical Society 3; basketball, baseball 3, 4. 

Knight of the Smiling Reserve. Armor: Straight 
shooting. Battle Cry: "Men who know much say 
little!" Holy City: Establishing the right. 



FLOYD OTIS FLEMMING 

A.B., Philosophy 
Beta 1; Sigma 2, 3, 4; Las Estrellas vice-president 1; 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, vice-president 3; 
Bowne Philosophical Society treasurer 2; Young 
People's Society Council 3; Student Council 3; Class 
chaplain 3; Student Ministerial Association 3, 4, 
president 3. 

Knight of the Genuine Humility. Armor: Faithful- 
ness. Battle Cry: "How much the wife is dearer than 
the bride!" Holy City: Joined with Her, double 
service. 





ARTHUR GILBERT HILGAR 

A.B., Biology 
Gamma 1; Sigma 2, 3, 4; Green Book 1; Speech 
Club 1; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 
of America 2, 3; American Nature Study Society 
2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, vice-president 4; Nautilus 4. 

Knight of the Approachable Friendliness. Armor: 
Good nature. Battle Cry: "Why worry?" Holy City: 
"Teacher in America." 



CLEONE MAE HILL 

B.S., Nursing 
Garfield Memorial Hospital School of Nursing; Delta 
2, 3, 4; Campus Camera 2, 4; Psychology Club 2; 
Washington-Philadelphia District Scholarship 3; 
House Council 3; American Nature Study Society 3, 
4; Meistersingers 4; Honor Society 4. 

Knight of the Unparaded Achievement. Armor: 
Ability plus industry. Battle Cry: "The best!" Holy 
City: Public health as a mission. 



JOHN HERBERT GOLDEN 

B.S., Chemistry 
Beta 1; Delta 2, 3, 4; Chemical Association 2, 3, 4. 

Knight of the Rounded Life. Armor: Gentillesse. 
Battle Cry: "I bring my body under!" Holy City: 
A Christian chemist in industry. 



ELAINE GRACE HALL 

B.S., Nursing 
Central Maine General Hospital School of Nursing; 
Beta 1; Sigma 4 Music Club 4; Meistersingers 4. 

Knight of the Gentle Spirit. Armor: Sympathy. 
Battle Cry: "Inasmuch!" Holy City: Helping people. 





JULIAN LUCIUS JACKSON 

A.B., Philosophy; Tli.B.. Theology 

University of Vermont 1; Delta 2, 3, 4; Prospective 

Missionaries 2, 3, 4; Student Ministerial Association 

3, 4; Bowne Philosophical Society 4. 

Knight of the Obliging Disposition. Armor: Engag- 
ing smile. Battle Cry: None. Vermonters do not 
choose to speak. Holy City: The mission field. 



PAUL ELWOOD KAUFFMAN 

A.B., in Tin olcgy, Biblical Literature 
Beta 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; Student Ministerial Association 
3, 4. 

Knight of the City of Brotherly Love. Armor: Holy 
ambition. Battle Cry: "The Lord will provide!" Holy 
City: A fruitful ministry. 



SUSAN GERTRUDE HILL 
A.B., History 

Gamma 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; Las Estrellas 1, 2; Miriams 
1, 2, 3; Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; College 
Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of 
America 2, 3, 4; Historical Society 3, 4, secretary- 
treasurer 4; volleyball, Softball 3, 4; Meistersingers 4. 

Knight of the Sacrificial Spirit. Armor: Self-reliance. 
Battle Cry: "A house in Thanksgiving Street!" Holy 
City: Spreading the Light. 



WILDA RUTH HUBER 
A.B., Biology 

Gamma 1; Delta 2, 3, 4; Psychology Club 1; Future 
Teachers of America 2, 3; American Nature Study 
Society 2, 3, 4, secretary 3, treasurer 4. 

Ivnight of the Strength-in-Reserve. Armor: Demure 
humor. Battle Cry: "Dear Titcher!" Holy City: 
Understanding the underprivileged. 





FRANK GUSTAVE KISH 

A.B. in Theology, Theology 
Alpha 1; Sigma 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic Association 1, 
2, 3, 4; College Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Ministerial Association 3, 4, president 4; Bowne 
Philosophical Society 4. 

Knight of the Flashing Smile. Armor: Faith and 
works. Battle Cry: "Not slothful in business!" Holy 
City: Building the Kingdom. 



MARION LILLIAN KISH 

A.B., Speech 
Gamma 1; Delta 2. 3, 4; Campus Camera 1, 2; 
Evangelistic Association 1. 2, 3, secretary 2; College 
Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4. vice-president 3; 
Speech Club 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3. secretary- 
treasurer 4; New York District Scholarship 3; Class 
secretary 3; Future Teachers of America 4. 

Knight of the Steady Look and Brave Spirit. Armor: 
Genuine devotion to Christ. Battle Cry: "Speak the 
speech as I pronounced it." Holy City: Blessing- 
sharing. 



JAMES McCANN KELLEY 

A.B., History 
Beta 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4; Student Ministerial Associa- 
tion 3, 4. 

Knight of the Golden Tenor. Armor: Serious 
purpose. Battle Cry: "I will sing of my Redeemer!" 
Holy City: Spirit-filled song evangelism. 



CLIFFORD EARLE KEYS, JR. 
A.B., Biology 
Beta 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4, president 3, coordinator 2; 
Green Book 1; football, baseball 1, 2, 3; A Cappella 
Choir 1 2, 4; Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Ambassador Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4; American Nature 
Study Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Camera 3; Minis- 
terial Association 3, 4; "N" Club 3, 4, president 3; 
Rover Crew 3, 4; "Who's Who" 4; Class president 4; 
Nautilus associate editor 4. 

Knight of the Versatile Promise. Armor: Consecrated 
gifts. Battle Cry: "Rather be right and be president 
-of 1950!" Holy City: Service- 100' - on God's 
investment. 





IRIS EILEEN LONG 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Gamma 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; Miriams 1. 2, 3, librarian 2; 
Biology Club 1, 2, 3; Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 
3, 4; Prospective Missionaries 1, 2, 3, 4; College 
Scholarship 3; Young Women's Missionary Society 
secretary 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4, 
librarian 4; Psychology Club 4. 

Knight of the Modest Goodness. Armor: A purpose 
firm. Battle Cry: "My mind to me a kingdom is!" 
Holy Cat\ r : The unfolding plan— a mission to chil- 
dren. 



ROBERT PAUL LUTZ 

A.B. in Theology, Theology 
Beta 1; Zeta 2. 3, 4; Las Estrellas 1; Literature Club 
3; Student Ministerial Association 3, 4; Bowne 
Philosophical Society 4. 

Knight of the Quiet Strength. Armor; Deep earnest- 
ness. Battle Cry: "First do, then teach!" Holy City: 
The call of God to Japan. 



EVELYN MAY LIBBY 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Alpha 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic Association 
1, 2, 3, 4; Hospital Choir 3; Psychology Club 3, 4; 
Future Teachers of America 4. 

Knight of the Unwavering Testimony. Armor: Good- 
ness. Battle Cry: "Ready for service, lowly or great!" 
Holy City: Dependable for Christ. 



MYRON MELVIN LINEMAN 
B.S., Chemistry 
Gamma 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; College Missionary Society 
1. 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Association 1, 3, 4, vice 
president 3, president 4; Evangelistic Association 2, 
3, 4; Rover Crew 2, 3, 4, secretary 3, senior mate 4; 
American Nature Study Society 3; Nautilus 4. 

Knight of the Many Interests. Armor: Senior dignity. 
Battle Cry: "The mist is dispelled when a woman 
appears!" Hob City: Industrial chemistry. 





ROBERT WILLIAM McNEELY 

A.B. in Theology, Biblical Literature 
Beta 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4; Speech Club 1; football 1, 2; 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3; Student Council 2; 
Biology Club 2; Class president 3; Student Minis- 
terial Association 3, 4, vice-president 4. 

Knight of the Established Life. Armor: Christian 
character. Battle Cry: "In the husband wisdom: in 
the wife gentleness!" Holy City: Positive influence 
for God. 



AGNES MARGARET MATHESON 

A.B., Psychology 
Alpha 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1; Psychology 
Club 2, 3, 4. 

Knight of the Undiscourageable Heart. Armor: Good 
cheer. Battle Cry: "All's well!" Holy City: Kind 
deeds. 



ELLSWORTH BRADFORD McAFEE 

A.B., History 
Zeta 2, 3, 4; football 3. 

Knight of the Historical Sense. Armor: Tolerance. 
Battle Cry: "He is gentil that cloth gentil dedis!" 
Holy City: A Christian civic influence. 



REGINA MARGUERITE McGILL 

A.B., Biology 
Gamma 1; Sigma 2, 3, 4; Akron District Scholarship 
1; Green Book 1; Miriams 1; Honor Society 2; 
Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; American 
Nature Study Society 1, 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 
2, 3, 4, treasurer 3. 

Knight of the Womanlv Dignity. Armor: Good taste. 
Battle Cry: "Quality first!" Holy City: The real 
thing. 





PHOEBE PEOPLES 

A.B., Literature 

Alpha I; Sigma 2, 3, 4; Music Club, secretary 1: 

Miriams 1, 2, 3; Futuie Teachers of America 2. 4; 

Literature Club 2, '3. 4. president 3; Orchestra 3; 
Meistersingers 4. 

Knight of Duty First. Armor: System and poise. 
Battle Cry; "My best for God-and Elmer!" Holy 
Cily: Christian home-making. 



MARGARET MAY PRIMROSE 

B.S.. Elementary Education 
Gamma 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; College Missionary Societ) 
1, 2, 3, 4; Prospective Missionaries 1, 2. 3, 4; College 
Scholarship 3; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Washington- 
Philadelphia District Scholarship 4; Campus Camera 
4; Future Teachers of America 4. 

Knight of the Honest Heart and Face. Armor: 
Conscience. Battle Cry: Silence. Holy City: The 
center of God's will 



MARTHA ELIZABETH MAYBURY 
A.B., Mathematics 

Alpha 1; Kappa 2, 3, 4, vice-president 2; Green 
Bock 1; Class secretary 1; Speech Club 1; Evangel- 
istic Association 1, 2; Preachers' Kids Trio 1, 2; 
volleyball, basketball 1, 2; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 
4; Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 
1, 2. 3. 4; Psychology Club 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3. 

Knight of the Friendly Ways. Armor: A light heart. 
Battle Cry: "Woman at best's a contradiction still!" 
Holv Citv: Undetermined. 



BERGE SAMUEL NAJARIAN 

A.B. in Theology, Biblical Literature 
Bishop Cobat College (Jerusalem) 1; Kappa, 2, 3, 
4, chaplain 2; Bowne Philosophical Society 2, 3; 
Student Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4; Evangelistic 
Association 2, 3, 4; College Missionary Society 2, 
3, 4, president 3; Prospective Missionaries 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Society 3, 4; "Who's Who" 4. 

Knight of the Radiant Spirit. Armor: Intense devo- 
tion. Battle Cry: "I love my Lord!" Holv Citv: 
"Jerusalem Delivered." 





BENJAMIN ROBINSON STAHL 
A.B., Mathematics 

Beta 1; Sigma 2, 3, 4; Speech Club 1, 2, 3; Asaphs 
2; Historical Society treasurer 2; Evangelistic 
Association 2, 3; Future Teachers of America treas- 
urer 3; A Cappella Choir 3, 4, president 4; Student 
Council secretary 4; House Council 4. 

Knight of the Eleven Talents. Armor: The challenge 
of the difficult new. Battle Cry: "Which star make 
mine!" Holy City: Some boundless field of service. 



PAUL LUTHER STEFFENS 

A.B. in Tlieology, Theology 
New York University 1; Gordon College 2; Zeta 
3, 4. 

Knight of the Many Schools. Armor: Honest pur- 
pose. Battle Cry: "My father's God!" Holy City: 
A ministry of the Spirit. 



JEAN ELIZABETH RICE 
B.S., Elementary Education 
Kentucky Mountain Bible Institute 1; Marion Col- 
lege 2; Delta 3. 4; Ministerial Association 3, 4, 
secretary-treasurer 4; Evangelistic Association 3, 4; 
College Missionary Society 3, 4; Prospective Mis- 
sionaries 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4. 

Knight of the Forward Look. Armor: A hopeful 
heart. Battle Cry: "No stopping short!" Holy City: 
Mission completed. 



VIOLA ANNETTA ROBERTS 

A.B., Literature 
Graduate of Olivet College; Zeta 3, 4; College 
Missionary Society 3, 4; Prospective Missionaries 3, 
4; Honor Society 3, 4; Literature Club 3, 4; Future 
Teachers of America 4. 

Knight of the Vital Personality. Armor: Commitment 
to the Real. Battle Cry: "Life's more amusing than 
we thought"— and more tragic. Holy City: The 
world lor Christ. 





CLIFFORD LORING WALTON 
A.B., History 
Beta 1; Delta 2. 3, 4. chaplain 2. coordinator 3; 
('.in n Book 1; A Cappella Choir 1, 2; Basketball 1. 
2. Ambassador Quartet 1. 2. 3; Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 1, 2. 3, 4; Class chaplain 2; football 2. 3; 
Student Ministerial Association 3, 4; Young People's 
Society president 4; Student Council 4. 

Knight ot the Whole-hearted Religion. Armor: 
Spirit of praise. Rattle Cry: "They say— what say 
they? Let them say!" Holy City: True minister ol 
the Gospel. 



MURIEL AUDREY WESTON 

A.B., Literature 
University of Toronto 1: Sigma 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3; 
Psychology Club 2; volleyball, basketball 2. 3; 
Evangelistic Association 2. 3, 4; House Council 3, 4; 
Literature Club 3, 4. 

Knight oi the Constant Concern. Armor: Faith. 
Battle Cry: "With His help!" Holy City: Work with 
Canadian young people. 



EDWARD JAMES THOMPSON 
A.B., Biology 
Gamma 1. '/eta 2. 3, 4. president 3; Soeietas l'rae 
Mediea I. 2, 3; American Nature Study Society 1, 
2, 3, 4; Pittsburgh District Scholarship 2. 3, 4; 
Honor Society vice-president 2: "Who's Who" 4; 
Student Council president 4. 

Knight ot the Senatorial Hank. Armor: Progressive 
spirit. Battle Cr\ ; "Down with tradition!" Holy City: 
A pure democracy. 



WILLIAM HERBERT TIBBETTS 
A.B. in Theology, Biblical Literature 

Re'.a 1: Sigma 2. 3, I; Evangelistic Association 1, 2. 

3, 4: College Mission. ir\ Socieh I. 2, 3, 4; Council 

3; Student Ministerial Association 3, 4; Prospective 

Missionaries 3, 4. 

Knight ol the Stead) March. Armor: Honest kind- 
ness. Battle Cry: "Though I have Eden to live in 
1 cannot be happy alone!" Holy City; A faithful 
ministry. 





KENNETH LEE YODER 

A.B., Mathematics 

Class Salutatorian 
Alpha 1; Zeta 2, 3, 4; Green Book 1; Washington- 
Philadelphia Scholarship 1, 3; Student Council 1, 3: 
Class president 2; Asaphs president 2; Honor 
Society 2, 3, 4; Campus Camera 2, 3, husiness 
manager 3; Crusader Quartet 3; "Who's Who" 4. 

Knight of the Ail-Round Achievement. Armor: Non- 
chalant air and serious heart. Battle Cry: "E'en 
tho' vanquished, argue still!" Holy City: God's will 
via higher education. 



DORIS ROBERTA YOUNG 

A.B., Biology 
Alpha 1 ; Zeta 2, 3, 4, secretary 3; Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; College Missionary Society 
1, 2, 3, 4; Miriams 2, 3; Class vice-president 3; 
Future Teachers of America 4; American Nature 
Study Society 3, 4. 

Knight of the Cooperative Spirit. Armor: A cheer- 
ful, willing heart. Battle Cry: "Bill and Biology!" 
Holy City: June, and after. 



SHIRLEY LOUISE WING 

A.B., Psychology 
University of Maine 1, 2, 3; Sigmas 4. 

Knight of the Gospel Team. Armor: The single eye. 
Battle Cry: "Go, preach!" Holy City: Evangelistic 
singing. 



WILBUR DANIEL WOLFE 

B.S., Secondary Education 

Mt. Union College 1; Sigma 2, 3, 4; Rover Scout 

2; Literature Club 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 

2, 3, 4; Asaphs 3; Psychology Club 4. 

Knight of the Cheery Frankness. Armor: Unmixed 
honesty. Battle Cry: "I believe I can!" Hob' City: A 
teaching ministry. 





DOROTHY RUTH YOUNG 

U.S.. Elementary Education 
Alpha 1; Sigma 2. 3, 4. secretary 2; Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2. 3, 4; College Missionary Society 
1. 2. 3, 4; Miriams 2. 3, secretary 2; Future Teachers 
oi America 3, 4. secretary 3; Class secretary 4: 
Meistersingers 4. 

Knight ol the Crystal-Clear Conscience. Armor: A 
lace like a blessing. Battle Cry; "Education and 
Clif!" Holy Cit\ : June, .oh\ alter. 



MARVIN FERRELL ZIMMERMAN 

A.B., PsycJiology 

\l|'Li I. kappa 2. 3, t; Student Ministerial Associa- 
tion 3, I. 

Knight ol the Long Endurance. Armor: Patience. 

Battle Cry: "A wile and children . . . hostages to 
fortune!" lloK City: The pastorate— at last. 





FUN 




FOR ALL 






JUNIORS 



FORMER infants and pages, present 
squires, and future knights are we, the junior 
class of 1950. As squires we are striving to 
meet every requisite in discipline, self-control, 
outward and inward refinement— straining mind 
and muscle for the highest achievement scho- 
lastically, athletically, socially, and spiritually. 

With true chivalrous character and mo- 
tive we fulfilled our duties to the knights of 



1950. welcoming them from the senior trip, en- 
tertaining them nobly at the junior-Senior ban- 
quet as knights and ladies. 

Not merely attendants of knights are 
we. With enfants, pages, and knights we too 
are soldiers of the Cross, handed in holy war- 
fare, commended to our Lord and under His 
sovereign command. Regulated by His spirit 
we march forward, confident in the assurance 
of "Victory through Grace." 





. . . U'd. all in a j^utio^iJi ueasi! 



Dorothy I. Blauscr 

Ladylike leserve . . . loves 
"Art" . . . neat appearance. 



Lois E. Anderson 

All-round student . . . common sense 



Lois E. Andrews 

"He keeps me singing" . 



Norma Faye Beach 

Unaffected . . . fervent testimony 



Ernest B. Bailey 

Industrious chemist 
. . . studious. 




. practical Christian, 
i glad way and a joyful heart 



. spirit of humility. 



former Gordonite 



unobtrusive 



Lois E. Bailey 
■un-loving . . . courage of her convictions . . . potential missionary. 

Russell A. Bailey 

Enjoys living . . . rich bass voice . . . Zeta to the end. 



Richard B. Barrueto 
"Espanol" . . . thoughtful 



unhurried . . . future medico. 



Emily M. Bigelow 

Quiet dignity . . . mistress of the keyboard and violin. 



Gloma J. Bracket* 

Christian first . . . industri- 
ous . . . serious . . . quiet. 



Jeanette M. Brake 

Depth of character . 
former Marion co-ed . 
consecrated life. 



John F. Bricker 
Able Junior prexy . . . 
nannerly . . . considerate 
. . . "In His Steps." 



Colleen B. Brown 

Dean's list . . . genuine 
vivid smile. 



John W. Bruce 

Boy preacher . . . glowing 
countenance . . . interested 
in people. 



Ellsworth N. Bunce 
Ecclesiastical intentions . 

John E. Burton 

Sings way down there . 
. . . boyish grin. 



orator . . . spirited. 



. . groom of '49 . . . ping-pong kin;. 



Ardith E. Calhoun 

Math majoi . . . little-girl expressiveness . . . effervescent. 

James B. Cameron 

Gracious air . . . "eggs and bacon coming up" . . . genial. 



Miriam A. Caniobas 

Purposeful . . . Spanish whiz . . . "this musical world." 

John T. Checkley, Jr. 

Hard worker . . diligent student . . . rapid speech 



Florence Churchill 

Former C. B. C. student . . . genteel . . . avid correspondent. 

Kermit C. Clingerman 

Seeking God's best . . . earnest . . . unassuming. 



Betty E. Croucher 
Philosophical mind 
spontaneous smile 
graceful. 



Cloyce C. Cunningham 
E\-G. I. . . . future minister 
. . . ping-pong enthusiast. 



Zaven Dohanian 

Impetuous . . . Zeta leader 
. . . devotee of photography. 





Edward D. Cramer 

Stalwart . . . power in 
prayer ... "I can do all 

things through Christ." 



David Cubie 

Demonstrative . . . hearty 
laugh . . . definite opinions. 



Donald H. Davis 

Courteous . . . consecrated 
soloist . . . radiant smile. 



Beulah M. Foil 
Song of the bird 

Eddie \f. Fliger 
"Magic violin' . 




impulsive . . . likeable. 



. conscientious . . . dependable, 



Ruby P. Friend 

Versatile . . . subtle sense of humor . . . likes extra-curriculars best, 

Theona II. Fry 

Bona fide lady . . . stimulating conversationalist . . . Biolog) 
major. 



Elinor |. Gardner 

Nature lo\er . . . eyes that speak . . . athletic. 

John M. Gardner 
un-loving . . . impeccable attire . . . spiritual leader. 



Carlton Gleason 

Mature . . . well-patterned lite . . . zealous pasloi. 

George F. Goodwin 

Prospective pastor . . . unassuming manner . . . resolute. 



Walter G. (.raellin 
"Donald Duck . . . trump- 
eteer . . . daring . . . 
"Prexv." 



Warren (). Holloway 
Peliberate . . . preacher from 
Ohio . . . fervent lor Ins 
Lord. 



Russell W. Hood. Jr. 
Amiable . . . laughing eyes 
. . . missionarv ea 



Marvin C. Toy 



Yen for yarns . . . flashing 
smile . . . probing eyes. 



Pauline Keith 

Industrious . . . domestic 

. . . "'more than conqueror 



Ah in S. Lawhead 
Responsible leader . . . liber 
of a minister . . . earnest in 
ever) thing. 



Jane E. Lefever 

Rippling giggle . . . likes pranks . . . honestly applies herself to 
work. 

Priscilla M. MacPherson 

Dependable waitress . . . unpretentious . . . 'Christ for me." 



Arthur W. Mcllwain 

Former Crusader . . . always helpful . . . "Dot" and dash. 

Paul A. Neal 

Prankster . . . likeable . . . "Go ye into all the world, preach- 
ing. 



Grace R. Oddo 

Accomplished soprano soloist . . . capable organizer . . . always 
poised. 

Ruth B. Oxley 

Vivacious . . . loval to W. Va. . . . animated conversation. 



Audrey B. Parker 

Adept seamstress . . . individualistic . . . former rural school marm. 

William L. Parks 

Peppy song leader . . . undaunted in convictions . . . ardent. 




Grace L. Phipps 

Humorous . . . overcomer 
. . inspires respect. 



Elaine A. Ransom 
Loyal . . . unoffensive frank- 
ness . . . missionary aspira- 
tions. 



Gene B. Rice 

Jovial . . . proud papa 
"life with Janie" 




Richard E. Phelps 

Proud father . . . persever- 
ing . . . devoted to his Lord. 



Evelyn M. Ramsey 

Books are friends . . . medi- 
cal missionary-to-be . . . 
scaling new heights with 
the Master. 



m m. 






Mary E. Remmy 

Conscientious student 
letters from Ohio U. 
"You could fool me!" 



Richard H. Smith 
"My hobby? Betty" 




Helen E. Schindler 

"Schindy" . . . bubbling laughter . . . quick and alert. 

Janet Schlaitzer 

Journalism enthusiast . . . feminine . . . expressive. 



Rebecca J. Skidmore 

Dainty . . . soft-spoken . . . stimulating testimony. 

Evangeline A. Smith 

"Those editorials" . . . gets things done . . . consistent. 



Hatlley E. Smith 

Pre-occupied air . . . conventional . . . exacting . . . refined. 



congenial . . . definite opinions. 



Joseph R. Songer 

Candor . . . biology major . . . wit . . . Betty Lee and son. 



Ruth C. Specht 

New Brunswick inflection . . . auburn hair . . . "Jesus is 

all the world to me." 



Wesley \V. Stinson 

Responsive . . . friendly, 

dark eyes . . . happily mar- 
ried. 



Beverly A. Stowell 

Meticulous . . . domestic 

Hair . . . sincerity. 

pant. 



Bobert W. Sutton 

Transfer from Gordon . . . 
student pastor . . . wedded 
. . . alert classroom partici- 
pant. 



Elaine A. Takala 

"Twin duets" . . . ornament 
of a meek and gentle spirit 
. . . likes people. 



Buth E. Takala 

Tender spirit . . . "Litera- 
ture is life" . . . genuine. 



Eugene C. Terwilliger 

"Twig" . . . jocular . . . 
persistent toward his goal. 



Gloria B. Thomas 

Reliable . . . friendly reserve . . . pleasing manner. 

Laura M. Tokarski 

Sympathetic . . . "others" . . . psychology enthusiast. 



Garnet G. Trivett 

Keen observer . . . frank . . . mechanically minded. 

Martha A. Tyler 

Indefatigable cheerleader . . . spiritual fervor 
my life to tell ..." 



T want 



Glair E. Umstead 

'"Umpy" . . . loves Pennsylvania Dutch cooking . . . keeps up with 

the Smiths. 



William E. Varian 

A handful of gestures . . . prospective groom 



ague atlueu 



thletc 



Nelda D. Vidt 

"Betty Lou" . . . fair play . . . efficient party manager. 

Lynette A. Wagner 

"Mainiac" . . . reserved . . . prospective teacher. 




Alma R. Washburn 

Immaculate . . . poised . . . 
excellent pianist. 



Howard F. Wells 

"H. G." . . . woodwind re- 
hearsal at midnight . . . re- 
ticent. 



Bruce R. Whitney 

Democratic ideals 
aggressive ... "I was SOME 
surprised". 




William Wallace 

Canadian with Pennsylvania 
interests . . . methodical 
worker . . . tenor soloist. 



Aleda M. Watts 

"Ready to go" . . . willing 
worker . . . ambitious. 



Natalie G. Wheeler 

Shy . . . faithful to convic- 
tions . . . loves books. 











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Front Row: C. Brodhead, Pres.; M. Pauli, V.-Pres.; F. Parkyn, S.C. Hep.; M. Smith, Sec'y; R. 

Henck, Chap. 





SOPHOMORES 



LIKE THE PAGES of medieval times, 
we sophomores of 1950 have striven to be 
worthy of our Lord, that some day we may 
become true knights. 

This year we were ever eager to acquire 
skill in scholastic pursuits. 

But we, like pages of the court, found 
time for play. On Initiation Day we helped the 
enfants— the freshman class— to become adjust- 
ed. Not quoits, but football, tennis, and ping- 



pong we played and learned lessons of endur- 
ance and sportsmanship. 

Not self-glory but the honor of God was 
the spirit of the sophomores who had charge of 
the young people's service one Sunday evening. 

Our Monday after-dinner prayer meet- 
ings were characterized by Spirit-supervision, 
intense devotion, and excellent attendance. 

Not fully prepared for mature service, 
we are yet engaged in training, confident that 
some dav we shall be true knights of the Cross. 








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. . . *7<4a4e 4afxUaMGie&—AouA they uaoaJz! 



Nathan Adams 
Arthur Allen 



Douglas Alexander 
Geraldine Ashley 



Vera Bailley 

Lincoln Balcom 



Paul Bartch 

Maxwell Bennett 



Buby Betts 
Stella Betts 



Andrew Black 
Jean Bloye 



Charles Bourne 
Paul Bowlhy 



Marjorie Bradley 
Balph Brewster 



Kathryn Brickley 
Sarah Brickley 




Charles Brodhead 
Howard Brooks 



Mary Bruey 
Jean Bryan 



Gene Bryner 
Mabel Burnite 



Betty Chalfant 
Bobert Charlton 



Milton Clark 
Bobert Clark 



Bowen Conser 

Norman Copeland 



Bichard Cove 
Gloria Crawford 



Doris Daisey 
Frank DeBar 



Shirley Dell 

Charles DeBemer 



Millie Desjardine 
Robert Dill 



Raymond Dinsmore 
Armando Divas 



Carol Dobson 

Florabelle Dodson 



Marion Dollinger 
Armand Doll 



Pauline Elliott 
Edith Emery 



Wesley Erbe 
Anne Esselstvn 



Esther Eto 
Wesley Fader 



Reuiah Gardner 
Janice Gavette 



William Goff 
Carlos Gonzalez 




Carmen Gonzalez 
James Graves 



Lorana Grey 
Anna Griffith 



Robert Grosse 
Catherine Hance 



Deane Hardy 
Austin Harris 



Marie Haselkamp 
Ruth Haymaker 



David Hays 
Eunice Henck 



Roy Henck 

Donald Hennen 



Lin wood Henry 

Reverly Herrington 



Clifford Hersey 
Esther Hicks 



Kenneth Hill 
Elsie Hilyard 



Rose Hoffman 
John Holstead 



Frederick Huna 
Roy Hutcheon 



Richard Hutchinson 
Robert Ingland 



Robert Jackson 
Lloyd Jewett 



Floyd John 
Sally Jones 



Doris Kelly 

Margaret Kemner 



Ralph Knepper 
Allard Kuschner 



Coy Kuykendall 
Leon LaVigne 




5^1 ? 



Freda Lau 
Paul Lick 



Harold Long 
Russell Long 



~f Fred Lorenz 



Robert MacDonald 



Myrtle MacLeod 
George Mann 



Rose Mary Martin 
Velma Masters 




William Mikulec 

Robert Montgomery 



Sarah Morales 
Marie Musnug 



Margaret Myers 
Alden Neal 



Harvey Nicholson 
John Noftle 



Anthony Otldo 
Mary Ruth Oney 



Wayne Parks 
Joseph Parker 



Fred Parkyn 
Elaine Parsons 



Marian Pauli 
Emily Payne 



Allison Peabody 
Grace Perry 



Clifford Peryea 
Loyd Prosperi 



Carol Randall 
Nancylee Reed 



Gwendolyn Rice 
Harrv Rich 



Howard Rickey 

Bradford Robinson 




Kenneth Robinson 
Robert Sampson 



Phyllis Sanborn 

Margaret Schlosser 



Alice Jean Shoff 
Ella Scott 



John Scott 
John Dee Scott 



Arthur Seamans 
Helena Shelley 



Gene Smith 
Marjorie Smith 



Wilma Smith 
Donald Stahl 



Joyce Stanton 
Marilyn Staples 



I Dorcas Stauffer 

Timothv Steffens 



Phillip Storey 
Wanda Sutherin 



Jack Theodore 
John Wade 



Norma Wagner 
Mary Wallace 




Denzil Ward 
Charlotte Wavman 



Murel-Faye Williams 
Wilfred Winget 



James Wortham 

Oakley Woodward 



Roberta Walton 



fl^F 



Elsie Wrav 



3n Jlemortam 




OLIVE MARJORIEl|\\ r HITE 

"/ have fought a good fight, I have 

finished my course. I have kept the faith: 
Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of 
righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous 
indue shall give me at that day: and not to me 
only I)tit unto all them also that love his ap- 
pearing." 

On June 1. 1949, Olive Marjorie White, 
our friend and classmate, finished her course 
and received from her Master the croun of 
righteousness. We shall always remember the 
quiet radiance of her testimony, the sparkle in 
her eye. the sincerity of her smile. 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 



Robert Bowen Barbara Dammes Jean Delp Jean MacCallum 




Jean Nickerson LeBaron Nobles Margaret Robb Richard Slater 



SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS 




Front Row: M. Woodcock, E. Woodcock, C. Lemmon, M. Bergers,G. McFall, M. Meredith, M. Smart, H. Dudley, H. Smith. Second 
Row: E. Sardella, V. Eshleman, D. Davis, M. Brvan, E. Cliff, B.Butt, G. Young, I. Cliff, D. DeMott, J. Anderson, E. Tikasingh. 
Third Row: G. Talbot, V. Morse. M. Bedor, G. Hall, E. Evans, J.Brown, R. Douse, H. Harris, D. Hazelton. 




Front Row: A. Smith, V.-Pres.; R. Wanner, Pres. Second Row: Prof. Smith, D. Lantz, Trea 
D. Young, S. C. Rep.; J. Baker, Chap. 




FRESHMEN 






IN MEDIEVAL TIMES the first step 
toward knighthood was that of the enfant. 
Before he could qualify as a page in the lord's 
court, the young boy had to serve for a while 
as an enfant in the kitchen. There his tasks 
were menial, cleaning the spits and watching 
the fires. 

We, the freshmen at E.N.C., were the 
enfants whose tasks were yet menial. Before 
we could achieve knighthood we had to under- 



go training, learn lessons of endurance, and 
pass tests. 

However, even for us, the year was not 
all work. We had our hours of relaxation— in 
the Dugout, in the gym, on the athletic field, 
on our class outing. And in the Greenbook we 
had the first opportunity to express ourselves in 
a united effort. 

For, although our position was the most 
lowly, we were devoted to our Lord and were 
striving to develop those physical and mental 
skills requisite to holy warfare. 




Front Row: M. Freeman, J. Durkee, R. Parsons, Bus. Mgr.; C. Guscott, Editor; P. Ash, H. 
Young, A. Cubic Second Row: Mrs. Leehner, B. Hickman. K. Better, B. Metcalfe, D. Young, 
C. Apple, T. Roberts, J. Dorothy, N. Hedden. 



G. Albert 
C. Apple 
D. Arnold 



P. Ash 
J. Baker 
J. Ball 



VV. Barrett 
J. Baum 
J. Bigelow 



E. Blake 
H. Bridges 
G. Brown 



I. Brown 
B. Bruce 
G. Bryan 



Q. Caswell 
A. Chandler 
M. Clemmons 



I. Coghill 
E. Conner 
G. Constantine 



B. Coombs 
J. Copp 
E. Corvese 



G. Couchenour 
M. Crew 
A. Cronin 




A. Cubie 

L. Cummings 



W. Davis 
II. Deneen 



D. DeShields 
D. Dickson 



H. Dodge 
J, Dorothy 



J, Durkee 

II. Edgington 



G. Eliades 
B. Elliott 



N. Ellis 
E. Esselstyn 



M. Eto 

M. Flewelling 



M. Freeman 
J. Friend 



P. Fry, Jr. 
W. Fry 
E. Fulton 



E. Gant 
R. Gery 
J. Grale 



A. Greenfield 
C. Guscott 
R. Hayden 



E. Hedden 
N. Hedden 
R. Hedden 



B. Hetrick 
B. Hickman 
R. Holbrook 



C. Holman 
G. Hornberger 
J. Houghtaling 



L. Hunt 
R. Hysong 
F. Ifediora 



C. Insley 
R. Janacek 
D. Johnson 



L. Johnson 
P. Jolicoeur 
C. Keith 





c a r 




F. Kelley 

J. Kenjockety 



D. Kereluik 
F. Ketner 



H. King 
I. Kline 



I. Laird 
E. Landers 



D. Lantz 
M. Larsen 



R. Laudermilk 
C. Lillibridge 



M. MacDonald 
H. Mace 



R. MacLearn 
C. MacPherson 



VV. Mateer 
R. Matthews 



\V. Maxwell 
T. McCusker 
S. Melnick 



R. Metcalfe 
E. Meyer 
J. Miller 



L. Miller 
R. Montemuro 
J. Moore 



L. Mullen 
R. Neeley 
G. Noelker 



E. Nordstrom 
J. Norris 
M. Palmer 



R. Parsons 
E. Pearsall 
D. Pelkey 



W. Petry 
R. Phillips 
E. Potter 



M. Price 
A. Pyne 
R. Raycroft 



D. Reinhart 

K. Rerter 

J. Roat 




T. Roberts 
A. Romberger 



W. Rudolph 
F. Rugg 



S. Rycroft 
J. Sabean 



S. Sarber 
C. Sawyer 



F. Schlosser 
R. Sever 



V. Shankle 
L. Shellito 



D. Shene 
II. Simmons 



\V. Sloan 
A. Smith 



B. Smith 
B. Sparks 



L. Spinney 
C. Stowell 



M. Studley 
B. Taylor 



D. Terwilliger 
W. Thiel 



P. Vangel 
N. Wahl 




R. Wanner 



J. Zuch 
H. Young 



D. White 
J. Wetzel 
M. Webber 



B. Wilson 
J. Williams 
A. White 



J. Wright 
R. Wirth 
D. Wilson 



D. A. Young 
D. Young 
D. J. Young 




FACULTY 



A C A 



MADELINE \l W 
Principal 

ELIZABETH DAVIS 
English, Latin 

EDWARD DELL 
History, Social Science 



KENNETH HATHAWAY 
Algebra 

GRACE HAWK 
English, French 



LAI RENCE Mill E N 
Bible? Histon 



HESTER SHIELDS 

Geometry 

(nut pictured) 





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E. \. \. lingering memories oi 
days gone by— happy days. bus) days, 
days rich with spiritual blessings. Happj 
days— our club nights, the Academy 
breakfast, fellowship with each other. 
Busy days— burning midnight oil before 
semester exams, putting finishing touches 

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on thai workbook or term paper, one last 
look at the book before a quiz. Spiritu- 
ally rich days— Monday night prayer 
inn tings lull ol inspiration and blessing, 
chapel, revival services— only a sample ol 
our busy, happy life at E.N. A. 




Front Row: V. Stanlev. I'res.; B. Goodnow, Sec'y.: B. Sanford, Treas.; Mr. Mullen. Second 
Row: H. Ewart, Chap'.: R. Thatcher, V.-Pres.; D. Taylor S. C. Rep. 



E M Y 



GRADUATES 




Warren Becker Stanley Brooks Harley Bye Boss Cribbis Kenneth Edwards 

Bichard Gibson Elizabeth Goodnovv John Hughes Doris Boberts Faith Short 

Halvor Click Doris Grosse Elaine Johnson Lawson Saunders Carol Webster 



UNDERCLASSMEN 




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Front Bow: R. Steeves, R. Thatcher, M. Smart, G. McFall, B. Stanford, M. Shurtliff, J. 
Courtright. Second Row: D. Taylor, H. Ewart, V. Stanlev, L. Stiles, D. Evans, R. Douse, 
J. Webb, B. Plummer. 






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9 filedae . . . that 9 will ufUtoid *ntf, dJzill and nanan. in all actiuitieA. 



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STUDENT 



THIS YEAR the aim of the Stu- 
dent Council has been to demonstrate 
further that Christianity and democracy 
are workable and together constitute the 
best way of life. 

A noteworthy addition of the year 
was the new two-room Student Council 
office, in which the group met to discuss 
problems, old and new. 

President Thompson advocated a 
further extension of student government 
into campus affairs. The student organi- 
zation was strengthened by a departmen- 



talization of activities. Robert Ingland 
headed the religious life activities; Floyd 
John, the several organizations; William 
Wallace, the social life; and Marjorie 
Bradley, the department of student pub- 
licity. Considerable progress was also 
made in the establishment of a student 
broadcasting station on the campus. 

The traditional fall, Christmas, 
and spring parties were capably directed 
by Vice-President Nelda Vidt, who intro- 
duced ingenious features into these fes- 
tivities. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



Edward Thompson 

Nelda Vidt 

Laurence Mullen 

Clifford Walton 

Bruce Whitney 

Fred Parkyn 

Donald Young 

David Taylor 

Benjamin Stahl 

John Bricker 

Prof. Mel-Thomas Rothwell 



President 

Vice-President 

Graduate Representative 

Senior Representative 

Junior Representative 

Sophomore Representative 

Freshman Representative 

Academy Representative 

Representative-at-large 

Representative-at-large 

Faculty Adviser 



Benjamin Stahl 
Donald Young 



ACTING OFFICERS 



Secretary 
Treasurer 



660 ON YOUR DIAL 





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Front Row: E. Thompson, B. Stahl, D. Young, N. Vidt. Second Row: L. Mullen, D. Tavlor, 
F. Parkyn, B. Whitney, C. Walton, J. Bricker, Prof. Rothwell. 





THE 






THE NAUTILUS is more than a 
publication. It is the voice of E. N. C, 
portraying moments of school life and 
making them live permanently in your 
memory. Those moments— chapel time, 
Friday night programs, a thrilling bas- 
ketball game. Campus day, spring at 
E.N.C. We hope that in 1975, you, as 
E.N.C. alumni, will chuckle over the 
pages of the Nautilus, that you will smile 
as you remember "the time when . . ." 

It was the assignment of the 
Nautilus staff to recapture those memo- 
ries and to record them. The photog- 
rapher, the feature editor, the sports 
writer— all helped in the effort to make 
permanent your impressions of this year. 



And then there was the very necessary 
work of the business manager and his 
aides. Letters were written, trips were 
made to Boston; a large map of Boston 
was used to tabulate day-by-day prog- 
ress. It meant hours of work, staff meet- 
ings with weight}' decisions, numerous 
telephone calls, and the burning of mid- 
night oil; but we enjoyed our task. 

To us this is more than just an- 
other publication— it is the Nautilus that 
represents the fiftieth milestone in the 
progress of Eastern Nazarene College. 

To you we present your Nautilus 
for 1950 in the hope that now and in later 
years it will recall to you the memorable 
davs of 1950 at E.N.C. 



NAUTILUS STAFF 



R. Wesley Blachly, Jr. 

Clifford E. Keys 

Ruth E. Allen 

Evelyn Ramsey 

Harold Darling 

Betty Ruth Christensen 

Grace Perry 

Myron Lineman 

Ruhy Friend 

Robert Ingland 

John Bricker, Emma Jane Bruce, 

Wilda Huber, Aleda Watts, 

Howard Wells 
Fred Parkyn 
Donald Arnold 
Gilbert Hilgar 
Marjorie Smith 
Doris Daisey, Elsie Hilyard, 

Charles Holman, Viola Roberts Typists 

Hadley E. Smith Business Manager 

Richard Hutchinson Assistant Business Manager 

Charles Guscott Advertising Manager 

Prof. Helen Rothwell Literary Adviser 

Prof. J. R. Naylor Business Adviser 



Editor-in-Chief 

Associate Layout Editor 

Associate Script Editor 

Literary Editor 

Religious Editor 

Feature Editor 

Club Editor 

Photography Editor 

Personality Sketch Editor 

Statistics Editor 



Assistants to Editors 

Staff Photographer 

Darkroom Technician 

Staff Artist 

Staff Secretary 







GOING TO PRESS 




N AUTI LUS 





Front Row: R. Hutchinson, H. Smith, Prof. Naylor, R. Allen, Mrs. Rothwell, W. Blachly, C. 
Keys, E. Ramsey. Second Row: A. Watts, R. Friend, E. Bruce, D. Daisey, E. Fliger, M. 
Smith, B. Christensen, V. Roberts, E. Hilyard. Third Row: II. Darling, R. Ingland, M. 
Lineman, F. Parkyn, C. Holman, D. Arnold, G. Hilgar, J. Bricker. 




CAMPUS 















LAST MINUTE COPY . . . late 
hours Saturday night with the "dummy" 
. . . hurried trips to the printer's . . . head- 
aches . . . and happiness when another 
issue of the Campus Camera was added 
to the growing file of Volume XX. 

It is certain that the eager, vigi- 
lant staff, composed of College News- 
paper Practice class members, could not 
have realized its desire for a top-ranking 
news publication without the aid of its 
teacher-adviser, Alice Spangenberg, who 
has nurtured the Camera through its 



growing pains to its present maturity. 

The Camera attempted to keep 
faith with its sub-title— "The Student 
Voice of Eastern Nazarene College"— by 
the use of opinion polls, interviews, and 
features. If the publication speaks effec- 
tively for and to its readers, it has accom- 
plished its purpose. 

A member of the Associated Col- 
legiate Press, the Camera strives to main- 
tain a high journalistic rating, as well as 
a favorable acceptance by readers. 




CAMPUS CAMERA STAFF 



Evangeline Smith 


Editor-in-Chief 


Gloria Crawford 


Associate Editor 


Janet Schlaitzer 


Feature Editor 


Ruth Allen, Retty Chalfant 


Columnists 


Cleone Hill, Carol Randall 


Makeup Editors 


Roberta Walton, Charles Rrodhead 


Sports Editors 


Emily Rigelow 


Proof Editor 


Dorothy Rlauser, Mabel Rurnite, 




Ruby Friend, Theona Fry, 




Lorana Grey, Fred Lorenz, 




Paul Neal, Elaine Parsons, 




Marion Pauli, Margaret Primrose, 




Rradford Robinson, Arthur Seamans, 


Donald Stahl, Harold Young 


Reporters 


Janice Gavette 


Secretarv 


Rradford Robinson 


Artist 


Fred Parkyn 


Photographer 


Vera Railley, Evelyn Rlake, 




Elsie Hilyard 


Typists 


Charles Rruce 


Rusiness Manager 


Charles Guscott Assistant 


Business Manager 


Prof. Alice Spangenberg 


Faculty Adviser 




MEETING A DEADLINE 




Front Row: R. Allen. R. Walton, C. Bruce, Prof. Snangenberg, E. Smith, G. Crawford. 
J. Schlaitzer, C. Hill. Second Row: E. Hilyard, E. Parsons, J. Gavette, V. Bailley, T. Fry, 
E. Bigelow, R. Friend, B. Chalfant, C. Randall. Third Row: A. Oddo, W. Winget, A. Seamans, 
D. Stahl, C. Guscott, H. Young, F. Lorenz, C. Brodhead. 




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MARVIN JOY 
President 



YOUTH! At the Delta Fountain of Fortune forty-six 
students sought their fortunes for a new year. Throughout the year 
the Deltas showed abundant spirit. 

In football their motto was. "\Ve"re not rough and we're 
not tough, but are we determined!" In basketball their determination 
was a threat to the other three societies. After-dinner programs were 
characterized by musical humor; ihe spring boat trip was a venture 
for Delta youth. 

The society strove to maintain excellent standards, not only 
in scholarship and sports, in social and academic life, but also in spiri- 
tual quality. Their Friday night prayer meetings will be among the 
refreshing memories from the Delta fountain. 



DELTA 





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WKAPPA went on the air officially on Rush Day, 
broadcasting from a blue-and-white radio station and tele- 
vising the social, recreational, spiritual and educational 
activities of Kappa Society members. 

"Musical Profiles" with semi-classical renditions; 
"World Roundup" with its up-to-the-minute campus news; 
and on the lighter side the unique male quartet, the com- 
mercials, and "Jr. Van Dort Faces Lite"; the patriotic appeal 
of "Against the Storm," and the spiritual emphasis of "The 
Light of the World"— all this was included in "Around the 
Dial," our society program. 

The tone of our Friday night prayer meetings has 
been encouraging and inspiring as a volume of praise has 
arisen from consecrated hearts. 

Co-operation, loyalty, and talent were the special fea- 
tures of the Kappas this year; friendliness and enthusiasm, 
our advertisers. 



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HOWARD RICKEY 
President 




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KAPPA 






WALTER GRAEFLIN 
President 



HEAD— lead— red and black— fifty-one sharpened Sig- 
mas! Rush Day augmented the spearhead of our activity to 
one hundred and twenty-seven loyals. 

Piercing God-ward, our souls were fed with heavenly 
manna as we instituted the Friday evening Sigma prayer 
meetings. 

Fellowship, fun, and freedom were the essence of our 
society breakfast and outings. Personal interviews to dis- 
cover latent talents and abilities of our loyals aided in 
achievement of success in our programs. 

We inaugurated intra-society athletics, finding activity 
for all Sigmas in tournaments of ping-pong, badminton, 
tennis, quoits, chess, and checkers. Not by power, nor by 
might, but by spirited unity have the "dark-horse" SIGMAS 
caused continuous upsettings in inter-society athletics. 




SIGMA 





WITH THE CRY "Stop the Zetas!" ringing in its ears, 
the Zeta Society rose to defend its status as the "champion 
society." 

Rush Day saw sixty-one newcomers climb the Zeta 
mountain to be "On Top with the Zetas," putting the society 
in the lead in enlisting new recruits. 

New talent was emphasized in the musical program 
"A Day in Thy Courts," in which Vice-President Becky 
Skidmore directed the depiction from the opening chords of 
"Morning" to the last strains of "Still, Still With Thee." 

The Green and Gold Sportsmen excelled again as the 
boys took their third consecutive football title and were 
strong in their third basketball bid. The girls also showed 
aggressive skill in their volleyball and basketball encounters. 

In its after-dinner prayer meetings the society has 
maintained a high spiritual level, in keeping with its motto, 
"Excelsior — ever upward." 




ZAVEN DOHANIAN 
Piesident 





ZETA 




KNIGHTS OF OLD usually glorified themselves on the field of battle or 
in tournaments. But the cnfants, pages, squires, and knights of Eastern Nazarene 
College also take an interest in the glorification of intellectual pursuits. In the depart- 
mental clubs E.N.C.-ers have an opportunity to promote scholastic ideals and to develop 
such special interests as literature, languages, philosophy, teaching, and biology. 

Three Tuesday evenings in each semester, groups of students made their 
way to their respective meeting places in the Administration Building, Canterbury Hall, 
and the homes of various professors. The several Christmas parties have become almost 
traditional; this year the December meetings highlighted the club year. In addition. 
there were trips to the Blue Hills for nature lovers, a visit to the state mental institution 
at Danvers for psychology enthusiasts, plans for an exhibition to illustrate the manu- 
facture of chemical products for future chemists and medical doctors, and an informative 
discussion of contemporary music for modern Bachs and Handels, as well as many other 
interesting activities. Much attention centered around the five Spanish-speaking mem- 
bers of Las EstreUas. 

Praise is due the faculty advisers, as well as the club officers, who helped to 
make each club a success this year. 





HONOR SOCIETY 



Front Row: C. Brown, 
V. Roberts, E. Smith, G. 
Oddo, V.-Pres., Dean 
Munro, R. Allen, Pres., 
L. Tokarski, F. Dorsett, 
E. Gardner, M. Remmy. 
Second Row: B. Najarian, 
J. Bricker. M. Primrose, 
W. Winget, E. Fliger, E. 
Haner, F. John, G. Craw- 
ford, C. Hill, A. Law- 
head. 





Front Row: E. Smith, R. 
Allen, V. Roberts, J. 
Brake, V.-Pres., Dean 
Munro, Prof. Spangen- 
berg, F. Dorsett, Pres., 
W. Parks, E. Henck, G. 
Ashley, E. Eto. Second 
Row: J. Schlaitzer, M. 
Weston, M. MacLeod, P. 
Peoples, M. Joy, R. Dill, 
R. Clark, D. Cubie, J. 
Gavette, E. Bigelow, A. 
Shoff, A. Peabody. 



Literature Club 



Speech Club 



Front Row: M. Pauli, N. 
Hedden, M. Larsen, S. 
Sarber, Prof. Dygoski, E. 
Takala, V.-Pres., M. Kish, 
M. Freeman, N. Wagner, 
B. Wilson. Second Row: 
J. Baum, P. Sanborn, A. 
Romberger, E. Gant, W. 
Varian. M. Clark, J. 
Gardner, M. Bradley, D. 
Kelly. B. Hickman, D. 
Dickson. 





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Front Row: H. Ingland, 

E. Cramer, |. Jackson, 
(Paul David Rothwell), 
R. F 1 i g e r. Pres., E. 
Croucher, H. Crosse. V- 
Pres., P. Chatto, R. 
Hula. Second Row: '/. 
Dohanian, R. Lutz, W. 
Wallace, Prof. Rothwell, 

F. Kish, J. Bruce, F. 
L o r e n /, C. Umstead. 
Third How: U. Alex- 
ander, E. Han e r, D. 
Stah!. P. Bartch, II. 
Smith, W. Winget, F. 
John. 






Bowne Philosophical Society 




Psychology Club 



Front Row: A. Griffith, 
R. Ma\ wood. B. Chris- 
tensen, M. Ewing, W. 
Graeflin, V.-Pres., Dr. 
Groves, Dr. Shields. P. 
Bergers, Pres., K. Martin. 
W. Wolfe. I. Long. Sec- 
ond Row: G. Brackett, M. 
Musnug, C. Dobson, M. 
Dollinger, E. Meyers, M. 
Bruey, W. Sutherin, D. 
Wilson. B. Elliott, L. 
Hunt. D. Crosse, F. Kel- 
ley. Third Row: E. Par- 
sons. C. Cunningham, A. 
Black. C. Hornberger, F. 
Ketner, C. MacPherson, 
R. MacDonald, C;. Albert. 
R. Parsons. J. Parker. C:. 
Insley, E. Johnson. 




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Historical Society 



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Front Row: G. Trivett, S. 
Hill, V.-Pres., M. Tyler, 
Pres., A. Seamans. Sec- 
ond Row: C. Hersey, R. 
Matthews, J. Bricker. 




Las Estrellas 




Front Row: M. Burnite, 
C. Morales, A. Divas, M. 
Carnobas, R. Barrueto, 
Pres., Mrs. Rothwell, C. 
Gonzalez, V.-Pres., E. 
Conner, G. Crawford, E. 
Ransom. Second Row: E. 
Hilyard, J. Norris, J. Le- 
fever, G. Pratt, G. Couch- 
enour, V. Bailley, F. Lau, 
J. Ball, B. Chalfant, C. 
Randall, B. Taylor. Third 
Row: C. Sawyer, E. Ful- 
ton, E. Landers, W. 
Rudolph, C. Holman, J. 
Kenjoekety, H. Rickey, 
H. Long, C. Gonzalez, L. 
Miller, J. Durkee, H. 
Simmons. 





Front Row: \Y. Smith. L. Allen, 
M. Kish, J. Brake, J. Bricker, L. 
Anderson, B. Boozell, \'.-Pres., 
Dr. Groves, Prof. Parsons, J. 
Bedell, Pres.. P. Bergers, G. Od- 
do, G. Brackett. A. Calhoun. D. 
Young. D. Young. J. Bauer. 
Second Row: M. Musnug. A. 
Cubie, A. Griffith. B. Herring- 
ton. B. Feil, H. Schindler, E. 
Wray, V. Roberts, D. YYard, YV. 
Sutherin, P. Keith. J. Rice. R. 
Betts. E. Lihby. R.' Oney. C. 
Lillihridge, J. Moore. M. Ewing, 
M. Remmy. N. NYagner, P. Mae- 
Pherson, W. ^Yolfe. C. Hersev, 
B. Douglas. Third Row: 1 
Long. R. Oxley, Y. Masters. S. 
Hill. M. Carnobas. L. Andrews. 
T. Fry. Y. Bailley, N. Beach. 
M. Primrose. R. Specht. J. 
Wortham, R. Hutchinson. M. 
Staples. P. Peoples. K. Bricklev. 
B. Stow ell. B. Sparks. C. Dob- 
son, K. Prentice. B. Christensen, 
J. Lefever, \V. Huber. 



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American Nature Study Society 



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Front Row: D. Darsch. C. 
Hill. E. Gardner. R. Ox- 
ley, G. Hilgar, \'.-Pres., 
Prof. Babcock, P. Bash- 
am, Pres.. W. Huber, K. 
Clingerman. D. Young. J. 
Bauer. Second Row: F. 
Ifediora. H. Schindler, J. 
Moore. B. Sparks. R. 
Onev. M. Smith, T. Fr\ . 
W. Erbe. J. Doroth\ . G. 
Oddo, B. Gardner. B. 
Douglas. B. Skidmore. 
Third Row: D. Ward. C. 
Keys. R. Janacek, H. 
King. E. Thompson, N. 
Copeland, R. Hutchinson. 
P. Lick. E. Gant. J. Gard- 
ner, A. Xeal. 





Front Row: A. Esselstyn, 
G. Thomas. A. Oddo, 
Pres., D. Darsch, V.- 
Pres., E. Ramsey, E. 
Esselstyn. Second Row: 
F. Ifediora, R. Barrueto, 
R. Hutchinson, W. Mik- 
ulec, J. Graves, R. Sever. 



Societas Prae-Medica 




Chemical Association 



Front Row: A. Esselstyn, 
E. Payne, B. Skidmore, 
V.-Pres., Mr. Hunting, M. 
Lineman, Pres., E. Ram- 
sey, A. Galhoun. Second 
Row: A. C r o n i n, H. 
Wells, D. Darsch, N. 
Copeland, J. Graves, A. 
Pyne, G. Mann. 





Rover Crew 




Front Row: C. Inslev, D. 
Ward, D. Darsch, ' Pro- 
fessor Babcock, M. Line- 
man, 1st Mate, P. Bash- 
am, K. Clingerman, A. 
Oddo, \V. Erbe. Second 
Row: F. Ketner, R. Mat- 
thews, F. J o h n, R. 
Thatcher. D. Stahl, C. 
Bruce, H. Nicholson, R. 
Parsons, G. Albert, G. 
Hornberger. 



House Council 



Front Row: B. Stahl. W. 
Smith, J. Gardner, O. 
Black, A. Esselstyn, L. 
Allen. Second Row: A. 
Parker, B. Chalfant, E. 
Bigelow, C. Walton, Z. 
Dohanian, G. Rice, B. 
Christensen, B. Boozell, 
E. Takala. 





Front Row: E. Hall, M. 
Palmer, P. Ash, B. Rob- 
inson, V.-Pres., Prof. 
Cove, A. Was h b u r n, 
Pres., B. Douglas, J. 
Bauer. Second Row: E. 
Emery, L. Miller, T. Rob- 
erts, D. Daisey, N. Ellis, 
S. Betts, I. Kline, J. 
Bloye, A. Watts. Third 
Row: H. Cooper, I. Laird, 
A. Pyne, P. Mook, F. De- 
Bar, C. Bruce, C. Gus- 
cott, W. Barrett. 



usic Club 



Orchestra 



Front Row: C. Keys, E. 
Bigelow, J. Bigelow, D. 
Reynolds, E. Fliger, H. 
Cooper. Second Row: G. 
Perry, G. Larkin, Direc- 
tor, R. Clark, J. Bruce, P. 
Bowlby, P. Ash, A. Pyne, 
H. Wells, Q. Caswell, R. 
Gery, G. Hornberger, R. 
Janacek, R. Wanner, C. 
Umstead, N. Ellis, I. 
Laird. 




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DELTA 
PROGRAM 



FRIDAY 
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PROGRAMS 



VIRGINIA 
VALANTE 



ALICE 
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ZETA PROGRAM 



SIGMA PROGRAM 




MARION KISH 




SENIOR RECITALISTS 

AMONG this year's recitalists the Fine Arts 
department presented Bonnie Douglas. Her 
organ recital, assisted by strings, is well re- 
membered; for who could forget Mozart's 
Sonata No. 10 or Bach's Chorale prelude. 

Tristram and Isolde, classified among 
the immortal lovers, were brought to life with 
Marion Kish's interpretation of the Arthurian 
legend. 

Clifford Keys' voice recital was varied 
in its appeal to his many listeners. There were 
selections from the Creation; a light classical; 
and the old favorite, "Thru the Years.'' 

"The Two Little Black Boys", a tragic 
story of Negro twins who were taught to be 
"self sufficient in their twoness", was inter- 
preted by Wilda Huber. 

And of course we can't forget Charles 
Bruce and his "Muster at Hullaran and Beth- 
esda"— a satirical report of an ex-G. I. on his 
pre-war employer. 



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WHO'S WHO 

Six seniors from the class of 1950 
were this year honored by election to 
membership in Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Universities and Col- 
leges. They were selected by a joint stu- 
dent-faculty committee on the basis of 
character, scholastic achievement, lead- 
ership, contributions to college life, and 
ability to succeed. 

This organization recognizes out- 
standing students from approximately six 
hundred colleges. The directory in which 
is printed a brief biography of students 
chosen serves as an index and guide for 
use by personnel managers. Those chosen 
wear a Who's Who key, symbolizing a 
versatile college career. 



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With mustard and onions 
S'all in the way you look at it 
Hey Babe! 
It's home for us 
Old fashioned walk 
The Roving Crew 
Wifey can't cook? 
Ford in every future 
Whatcha lookin' at? 
Caught by camera 
Gimme a bite 
Standing room only 
Heave Ho me laddies 
Catch any? 
Rin-so-white 
Students? ? 
Everybody's friend 
It's there some place 
Heinz 58th variety 
Silver (?) rush 
E.N.C.'s general store 
"Please" 
Poppa David 
In the spring . . . 
Ooo Henry! 
All the world's a stage 
What a line! 
"All right" 
Greedy hands 
What, no groom? 
That Oxydol sparkle 
Hold it! 

Toonerville trolley 
Posed? 
Horrors! 

Fall down— go boom! 
And don't forget dessert 
S'no man 



JOUSTING? NOT EXACTLY. But just as exciting as a thirteenth century 
tournament were the football, basketball, volley ball, and Softball games at E.N.C. this 
year. And just as medieval knights displayed physical prowess in the tournaments, so we 
E. N. C.-ers had an opportunity for glorification of our skills, on the gridiron or at a 
ping-pong table. 

In the final game of the football season the Zetas defeated the Sigmas, 
to emerge champions for the third consecutive year. The Sigma defeat moved them 
into a second-place tie with the Kappas. Meanwhile, the Sigma girls stole bv the 
Deltas to capture the volley ball crown, as the Zeta and Kappa girls were less successful. 

Remember the basketball games this year? The Deltas, the success story 
of the basketball season, rallied to provide exciting competition for the Sigmas and 
Kappas and even toppled the Zetas in one memorable game. However, the Zetas 
took an early lead, for the Kappas and Sigmas lacked the necessary scoring punch. 

The girls' basketball games on Thursday night were also highly competitive. 
The Sigmas held the edge most of the time, although the Deltas and Zetas kept the 
Sigma Sallies on their toes. 

A highlight of the sports year was the E. N.C. "all stars "—Gordon College 
game, which E. N. C. lost 60-56. The Gordon girls defeated the E. N. C. girls' "all 
stars", 33-18. 

For individual competitors there were tournaments in tennis, ping-pong, 
and badminton. Softball was the main attraction on May afternoons when spring 
fever was rampant. 





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Front R&w. A. Watts, N. 
Vidt, C. Bradley, (Pres.), 
Prof. Naylor, J. Giles, 
(V.-Pres.),' H. Brooks, E. 
Gardner. Second Row: 
L. Bailey, C. Umstead, 
C. Keys, J. Gardner. W. 
Varian, H. Rickey, M. 
Haselkamp, H. Schind- 
ler, E. Smith. 





ALL STAR 
FOOTBALL 



Front Row: G. Albert, J. 
Gardner, R. Bailey, H. 
Long. Second Row: C. 
Brodhead, R. Parsons, R. 
MaeDonald, W. Varian, 
K. Retter, H. Brooks. 



GORDON vs. E. N. C. 



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ALL STAR 
BASKETBALL 



Front Row: H. Rickey, 
W. Davis, C. Bradley, 
F. DeBar, R. MaeDonald. 
Second Row: J. Parker, 
F. Ketner, G. Albert, W. 
Varian, B. Parsons, E. 
Potter, H. Brooks. 




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Front Row: R. Glick, F. 
John, J. Grale, R. Sever, 
E. Hedden. Second Row: 
W. Fader, H. Nicholson, 
R. MacDonald, F. DeRar, 
M. Clark, E. Potter. 




FOOTBALL 




KAPPA 

Front Row: A. Pearsall, 
H. Young, R. Parsons, R. 
Holbrook. Second Row: 
A. Black, J. Parker, H. 
Rickey, F. Ketncr, C. 
Cunningham. 




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SIGMA 



Front Row: W. Varian, 
H. Darling, T. McCusker, 
G. Rice, H. Long, J. 
Friend, G. Hornberger. 
Second Row: C. Brod- 
head, C. Insley, M. Eto, 
G. Bryner, C. Bruce, K. 
Edwards, R. MacDonald, 
H. Mace, W. Graeflin. 



KAPPA CHEERLEADERS 

E. Parsons, R. Takala, 
J. Norris, H. Schindler. 





DELTA 



Front Row: A. Watts, D. 
Young, L. Bailey, N. 
Vidt. Second Row: B. 
Croucher, B. Hickman, 
M. Pauli, J. Dorothy. 



VOLLEY BALL 




KAPPA 



Front Row: J. Norris, R. 
Oxley. Second Row: H. 

Schindler, E. Parsons, L. 
Anderson, P. Keith. 




SIGMA 



Front Row: P. Ash, R. 
Friend, V. Bailley. Sec- 
ond Row: A. Cubie, M. 
Haselkamp, R. Bruce, G. 
Oddo. 



DELTA CHEERLEADERS 

M. Tyler, J. Dorothy, M. 
Freeman, G. Eliades. 




Front Row: E. Eto, M 
Carnobas, B. Feil. Sec- 
ond Row: J. Ball, L 
Allen, J. Giles, K. Brick- 
ley, M. Myers. 





DELTA 



Front Row: D. Young, 
R. MacDooald, F. De- 
Bar, M. Clark, B. Clark. 
Second Row: D. John- 
son, H. Click. F. John, 
E. Potter, R. Wirth. R. 
Jackson. 




BASKETBALL 



KAPPA 

Front Row: J. Parker, F. 
Ketner, H. Rickey. R. 
Parsons. Second Row: R. 
Holbrook, C. Cunning- 
ham. J. Bigelow, H. 
Young, A. Black. 



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SIGMA 



Front Row: W. Varian, 
C. Bradley, K. Edwards. 
Second Row: W. Graef- 
lin, H. Long, G. Bryner, 
T. McCusker, C. B rod- 
head. 




ZETA CHEERLEADERS 

C. Lillihridge, E. Scott, 
I. Kline. 



ZETA 



Front Row: J. Gardner, 
B. Davis, G. Albert, B. 
Caldwell. Second Row: 
H. Brooks, Z. Dohanian, 
R. Hysong, M. Clem- 
mons, K. Retter. 



HIGH SCORERS 
Bradley, 145; Potter, 
140; Davis, 124; Per- 
sons, 123; MacDonald, 
10 2; Varian, 90; 
Rickey, 86; DeBar, 83; 
Albert, 81; John, 74. 




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DELTA 



Front Row: D. Young. 
A. Watts, L. Bailey, M. 
Pauli. Second Row: J. 
Dorothy, N. Vidt, B. 
Hickman, B. Croucher. 




BASKETBALL 




KAPPA 

Front Row: R. Oxley, J. 
Norris, E. Gardner, Sec- 
ond Row: H. Schindler, 
E. Parsons, L. Anderson, 
P. Keith. 





SIGMA 



Front Row: P. Ash, R. 
Friend, V. Bailley. Sec- 
ond Row: M. Haselkamp, 
R. Bruce, G. Oddo. 



ZETA 



Front Row: E. Eto, M. 
Myers, B. Feil. Second 
Row: J. Ball, L. Allen, J. 
Giles, K. Brickley, C. 
Apple. 



SIGMA CHEERLEADERS 

Front Row: D. Grosse, 
F. Kelley, A. Cubie, P. 
Ash. Second Row: V. 
Bailley, B. Bruce, B. 
Elliott. 



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Prospective Wollaston Church of the Nasarene 



Wollaston Church of the Nazarene 

37 East Elm Avenue, opposite Gould Street 

Wollaston 70, Massachusetts 

Serving IVollaston and Eastern Nazarene College 



KENT GOODNOW. s.chcta.y 
J. R. NAYLOR. T.usmi. 



May 8, 1950 



REV. J. GLENN GOULD. D. D.. Paitok 

29 DUMBARTON RO.. WOLLASTON 70. MASS. 

Phone GRanitc Z-IB67 



Dear Friends:. 

This year, 1950, Is a most significant one In the life 
of the people called Nazarenes, of Eastern Nazarene College 
as a Christian educational institution, and of the Wollas- 
ton Church of the Nazarene. 

As a denomination of New Testament Christians, the 
Church of the Nazarene is engaged In a Mid-Century Crusade 
for Souls; a crusade designed to carry forward the banner 
of Christ's Kingdom and to accelerate the tempo of our own 
efforts at soul-wlnnlng. We are completely in accord with 
this movement. 

The College this year completes Its first half-century 
of existence. From Its beginning it has stood for the 
Wesleyan doctrine and experience of Christian Perfection; 
and never in the past has its concern for this truth been 
more earnest than now. 

For the past thirty years the Wollaston Church of the 
Nazarene has been ministering to faculty, student body, and 
townspeople alike, but never with a church home of its own. 
However, 1950 is an epochal year because of the fact that a 
church building more than adequate for our present needs 
is nearlng completion and will soon be dedicated. As a 
local community of Christians we have every reason to face 
the future with courage and faith. We pledge to all those 
whom we serve the best ministry we are able to render. 

In the bonds of Christian love, 



fl Pastor 



THE CHRISTIAN WAY OF LIFE is a warfare. We enlist for training 
at E.N.C. and are taught to be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might. We 
strive to put on the whole armor that we may be able to stand in all pursuits of life. 
Our weapons are not carnal, but mighty through God. 

Training is realized through various organized units. Armor adjusting is 
an advantage offered by the Evangelistic Association, for knights of the Cross have 
opportunity to learn while laboring in missions and churches. Qualification for mem- 
bership—our willingness to serve. Through the Ministerial Association veteran minis- 
ters offer words of wisdom to those of us who will fill the ranks. Missionary societies 
help us keep the vision and bear up warriors on foreign fields. 

In the fall and spring we enlist for an all-out spiritual offensive, a time of 
casting off the works of darkness and putting on the armor of light. Chapel speakers 
boost morale and keep ideals before us. Strength comes to hearts as we are reminded 
that all things are ours if we are Christ's. Nor are we without a song. Choirs give 
expression to singing hearts in selections from Tlic Messiah at Christmas. College quar- 
tets gather needed finances from patriots at home. 

This is our objective— to be able to say that we have fought a good fight. 
Our great Commander has never lost a battle. Thence our cry— Onward, Christian 
Soldiers! 





Student Ministerial Association 



Front Row: R. Phelps, C. 
Cunningham, R. Ingland, 
W. Graeflin, Z. Dohani- 
an, Dr. Gould, F. Kish, 
Pres., J. Rice, J. Gardner, 
P. Neal, H. Cooper, D. 
Morrison, B. Berrv. Sec- 
ond Row: C. Umstead, P. 
Chatto, D. Cubie, R. 
Lutz, W. Wallace, M. 
Zimmerman, W. Tibbetts, 
C. Walton, R. Bula, A. 
Allen, R. Sampson, C. 
Keys, A. Lawhead. Third 
Row: B. Najarian, R. Mc- 
Neeley, V.-Pres., L. Saun- 
ders, R. Jones, J. Jackson, 
W. Varian, E. Fliger, F. 
Flemming, E. Cramer, E. 
Haner, H. Nicholson, W. 
Winget, P. Black, W. 
Parks. 





Evangelistic Association Council 



Front Row: G. Smith, R. 
Ingland, V.-Pres.; Vice 
Pres. Phillips; E. Cramer, 
Pres.; C. Dobson, H. 
Rich. Second Row: H. 
Ewart, A. Kuschner, A. 
Smith, S. Brooks, D. Hen- 
nen, D. Cubie, C. Peryea. 



College Missionary Society Council 



Front Row: A. Lawhead, 
Pres., Prof. Spangenberg, 
R. Henck. Second Row: 
M. Pauli, V. Bailley, B. 
Skidmore, V.-Pres. 







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Front Row: \l. Myers, E. Ran- 
som, L. Bailey, I. Long, C. Rice, 
1). Alexander, Pres., D. Roberts, 
V.-Pres., B. Najarian, V. Bailley, 
A. Esselstyn, E. Esselstyn, E. 
Bruce. Second Row: I'.. Payne, 
M. Freeman, F. Dodson, (".. 
Noelker, D. Wilson, J. Stanton, 
J. Copp, 1*",. Ramsey, M. Prim- 
rose, J. Rice, A. Shellito, K. 
Libby, V. Roberts, E. Fulton, 
C. Sawyer, W. Smith, B. Skid- 
rnore. Third Row: II. Cooper, 
R. I. lit/. W. Tibbetts, R. II. •nek. 
|. fackson, |. Kenjockety, R. 
Hood, C. Guscott, \1. Shurtliff, 
1'. Basham, W. Rudolph, C. 
Peryea, L. Miller. R. fackson, 
H. Holbrook. 



Prospective Missionaries 




N.Y.P.S. Council 



C. Walton. Pies.. B. 
Christensen, V.-Pres., II. 
Rich, V. Baillev, Dr. 

Could. 




BRASS TRIO 



P. Bowlby 
J. Parker 
J. Bruce 




CRUSADERS 

R. Clark 

R. Cribbis 

Z. Dohanian 

H. Smith 



AMBASSADORS 

H. Darling 

C. Keys 

W. Parks 

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Front Row: G. Oddo, B. 
Feil, O. Black, E. Smith, 
E. Eto, Mrs. Williamson, 
B. Stowell, L. Anderson. 
R. McGill, R. Walton, L. 
Bailey. Second Row: C. 
Wayman, L. Andrews, A. 
Shoff, M. Smith, L. Al- 
len, M. Crew, M. May- 
bury, M. MacDonald, T. 
Fry, R. Friend, N. Vidt. 
Third Row: R. Grosse. 
W. Graeflin, C. Keys, Z. 
Dohanian, H. Wells, E. 
Thompson, H. Darling, 
W. Fader, C. Brodhead. 
Fourth Row: G. Hilgar, 
Q. Caswell, H. Smith, B. 
Stahl, Pres., C. Bruce. 
Bus. Mgr., R. MacDonald. 
, D. Stahl, R. Clark, R. 
Gery, W. Barrett, W. 
Wallace. 






A Cappella Choir 



eistersingers 



Front Row: J. Ball, B. Chalfant, 
G. Ashley, C. Lillibridge, A. 
Griffith, J. Durkee, E. Meyers, 
M. Palmer, D. Young, C. Dob- 
son, B. Skidmore, J. Brake, A. 
Watts, S. Hill. Second Row: 
Mrs. Williamson, E. Gibson, G. 
Perry, E. Parsons, S. Betts, R. 
Betts, R. White, E. Bruce, E. 
Johnson, B. Elliott, M. Pauli, S. 
Sarber, D. Young, P. Ash, S. 
Dell, J. Schlaitzer, B. Sparks, 
M. Oney, M. Carnobas, E. Hall, 
J. Baum. Third Row: A. Cal- 
houn, L. Tokarski, K. Brickley, 
M. Bradley, D. Shene, G. Craw- 
ford, K. Clingerman, L. La- 
Vigne, H. Cooper, A. Oddo, D. 
White, V.-Pres., B. Montgom- 
ery, J. Gardner, D. Daisey, N. 
Ellis, A. Washburn, I. Coghill. 
Fourth Row: A. Pearsall, F. 
Ketner, W. Becker, R. Hedden, 
I. Laird, W. Winget, Pres., C. 
Guscott, C. MacPherson, F. De- 
Bar, M. Clark, A. Pvne, R. 
Janacek, R. MacDonald, L. Mil- 
ler, W. Erbe, R. Gibson. 







KENNETH ATKINS, tenor; GRACE ODDO, soprano; ESTHER WILLIAMSON, 
contralto, director; CLIFFORD KEYS, bass. 



OLIVE MARPLE, pianist 
GREG LARKIN, organist 



MESSIAH 




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DR. G. B. WILLIAMSON 




DR. E. STANLEY JONES 



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DR. PAUL REES 




CHAPEL 



DR. SAMUEL YOUNG 




DR. D. I. VANDERPOOL 



DR. ROY SMEE 




DR. NELS FERRE 




REV. PAUL HILL 



DR. O. J. FINCH 



REV. H. BLAIR WARD 




CHURCH PROGRESS 

AT LAST, a home for the Wollaston Church of the Nazarene. For many years its 
memhers, trustees, and pastors have dreamed of a church building, have developed 
the building fund. This year we have seen the dream come true. The first unit of 
the building, a basement church, was completed this spring. 

But this is fust the beginning. The architect's drawing is not yet realized. 
We shall not be satisfied until the beautiful church occupies the corner of our campus, 
until its steeple towers above the elm trees. 





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Index to Advertisers 



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Adirondack, Vermontville 152 

Akron First 152 

Akron District 151 

Albany District 140 

Allentown 149 

Alliance 155 

Antonelli, L. Iron Works 176 

Arlington Street, Akron 156 

Atlantic City 147 

B 

Babson's Beports 162 

Baltimore 145 

Bane Sisters Trio 164 

Barberton 156 

Beale Street Pharmacy 165 

Beard, W. H., D.M.D. 164 

Bel Air 148 

Bernard Food Ind., Inc. 177 

Bethlehem 144 

Betsy Lee Shoppe 164 

Binghamton 142 
Blacker & Shepard Lumber Co. 176 

Blanchard, Paul K., Inc. 187 

Bonner, W. C. Co. 172 

Boston China Co. 165 

Boston Sand and Gravel 165 

Bolton-Smart Co., Inc. 174 

Bradford 138 

Brighton 158 

Burlington 127 

Butler 136 



California Cleansers & Dyers 164 

Cambridge, Mass. 127 

Cambridge, Ohio 156 

Canadian Students 162 

Canton, First 152 

Carriker Motor Co. 176 

Carroll Cut Rate Perfumer 164 

Circleville 138 

Cleveland 153 

College Bookstore 178 

Collingdale 149 

Colmar Press 177 

Crane, F. H. & Sons, Inc. 169 

D 

Danbury 150 

Deep water 147 

Delta Society 161 

Demuth Co. 186 

Dependable Cleansers 164 

Devoe's Dining Room 164 

Deware Bros. Funeral Home 179 

Do-Nut Shop, Wollaston 164 

Duane. John J. & Co. 165 

Dugout 166 



Eastern Nazarene College 160 

Eastern Shade & Screen 186 

East Liverpool 157 

East Palestine 155 

Eastport 144 

East Rockaway 135 

Elmira 141 

Emric, Nellie 164 

Erie 139 



Friend, A. 169 



Gallagher, John J., Inc., 162 

Giovino & Co. 165 

Gorman, Richard J. 175 

Grace Church, Toronto 158 

Granite Che\Tolet 169 

Greenhouse, E.N.C. 169 

Greeting Card Shop 165 

Grossman & Sons, Inc. 180 

Grove City 139 

H 

Hagerstown 150 

Hamilton 159 

Hamre, John tc Sons 175 
Hancock Paint & Varnish Co. 164 

Harvard Studios 183 

Haslett, W. H. Co. 165 

Hatch, Ernest 164 

Haverhill 134 

Hendrie's 173 

Hicks & Hodges 182 

Hood, H. P. & Sons 172 

Howard Johnson's 173 

I 

Immanuel, Lansdale 149 



Jamestown 139 

Jefferson 156 

Johnson's Filling Station 165 



Kappa Society 161 

Karl's Auto Body Bepair 165 

Kenmore, Akron 155 

Kingston 135 



Lahue, W. C. Inc. 170 

Lake Avenue, Rochester 142 

Livermore Falls 130 

London Clothing Co. 165 

Lowell 127 

Lynn 134 

M 

MacFarland 180 

Manchester 130 

Maiden 128 

Maritime District 134 

Metherall & McCausland 178 

Marine Biological Lab. 175 

Medical Dept. E.N.C. 175 
Merit Paper & Chemical Corp. 165 

Michael, Wm. D. 164 

Miller Produce Co. 165 

N 

Nazarene Publishing House 185 

New Bedford 130 

New Castle 139 

New England Altar Co. 186 

New England District 126 

New Haven 131 

Newmarket 158 

New York District 133 

Nichols, Dorrance & Esther 164 

Norristown 148 

North Quincy Diner 164 

North Quincy Garage Co. 186 

Norwood 134 



Oxford 



144 



Painesville 


156 


Patterson's Flower Store 


184 


Pawtucket 


131 


Pay & Take Furniture 


165 


Pemberton, Norman W., Inc. 


180 


People's 


128 


Pittsburgh District 


137 


Q 




Quincv T\pewriter Service 


165 


Quincy Y.M.C.A. 


182 


R 




Richmond Hill 


136 


Riggs & Sons 


164 


Rio Grande 


144 


Remick's 


174 


Revnold s, Ernest S. Inc. 


174 


Risdon Mfg. Co. 


164 


Roberts Engraving 


181 


Royersford 


147 


Russell Funeral Home 

S 
Schenectady 


164 


141 


Schiller's 


173 


Sexton 


172 


Sheldon Lewis 


184 


Sheppard Coal & Oil Co. 


171 


Sigma Society 


161 


Skowhegan 


150 


Small, Norman B. Co. 


180 


Smith, Wilber A. 


164 


South Portland 


129 


So. Shore Fixture Co. 


167 


Springfield Gardens 


135 


Standard Bottling Co. 


184 


St. Claire 


159 


Stoll, M. & Co. 


184 


Stone, Earl D.M.D. 


164 


Syracuse 


141 


T 




Toronto District 


158 


Trenton 


148 



u 

Underbill Paper Co. 177 

W 

Waltham 128 

Warren. Ohio First Church 154 

Warren, Ohio Bolindale 153 

Warren, Penna. 138 

Washington 146 

Wash.-Phil. District 143 

Webster Thomas 182 

West Summerville 150 

Weymouth Gazette 178 

Whittemore 168 

Wilmington 144 

Wm. Westland & Co. 165 

Wollaston 132 



Youngstown 153 



Zeta 163 



NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT 

Salutes the Mid-Century Class 




ADVISORY BOARD 
J. Glenn Gould E. E. Martin 

Wesley Angell Herbert H. Pyne 

DISTRICT OFFICERS 

Richard Howard. District Secretary 
Herbert H. Pyne. District Treasurer 

E.N.C. TRUSTEES 
f. C. Albright J. E. W. Turpel 

Leonard Spangenberg James M. Cubie 



J. C. ALBRIGHT 
D:st. Supt. 



OUR GOALS 



A revival in every church. 

Intensified crusade Visitation Evangelism everywhere. 

Five new churches this year. 

10% net gain in church membership. 



AT 

NORTH READING, 

MASS. 

DISTRICT 
ASSEMBLY 

June 21-23 



W. F. M. S. 

CONVENTION 

June 19-20 



ANNUAL 
CAMP MEETING 

June 30 -July 9 




Tabernacle, North Reading, Mass. 




First Church of the Nazarene 

234 Franklin Street 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 



Clarence L. Arnold 
Pastor 

JOHN S. BURGESS 
Sunday School Superintendent 

ELIOT ANDERSON 
A'. Y. P. S. President 

MRS. MAUDE BRIGHAM 
W. F. M. S. President 




SERVICES 




Sundav School 




10:00 A.M 


Morning Worship 




11:00 A.M 


N. Y. P. S. 




6:00 P.M 


Evening Service 




7:00 P.M 


Wednesday Prayer 


Meeting 


7:30 P.M 



COMPLIMENTS 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
First Church 
Lowell, Mass. 




REV. R. N. RAYCROFT, Pastor 

Parsonage, 247 Beacon Street 
Telephone 2-9342 



Compliments of 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Cor. Pearl Street and Winooski Ave. 
Burlington, Vermont 



Minister 

IRVING S. JONES 

Phone 49 44 Booth Street 



J. Stewart Maddox 
Interim Pastor 




Armand M. Doll 
Minister 



BEST WISHES FROM 

Waltham Church of the Nazarene 

33 Myrtle Street — Waltham, Mass. 

Sunday School 10:00 A.M. 

Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. 

N. Y. P. S. 6:00 P.M. 

Evangelistic Service 7:00 P.M. 

Prayer and Praise Thursday 7:30 P.M. 

We Invite You to Visit Us When You Visit E.N.C. 



The First Church of the Nazarene 

Judson Square, Maiden, Massachusetts 

OSCAR F. REED, Ph.D.. Minister 

Extends Greetings and Congratulations to 

The Nautilus Staff 

The Members of the Graduating Class 

The Entire Student Body 

of 

EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 

Objectives of the Maiden Church 
Educational Loyalty, Individual Integrity, World-wide Fellowship 



PEOPLE'S CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Providence, R. I. 

REV. NYLES H. EATON, Pastor 

Our church extends greetings and best wishes to the 
graduating class of 1950. Holiness unto the Lord is 
our watchword and song. 



'A Spiritual Lighthouse on Cusco Bay" 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



176 Sawyer Street 



South Portland, Maine 



OUR STUDENTS AT E.N.C. 




Organized March 8th, 1900, this church is celebrating 50 years of continued progress. 
Under the leadership of devoted, capable pastors and of consecrated forward-looking 
laymen this church has found a place of ever-increasing usefulness in the Kingdom of 
our Lord and Master, Jesus Christ. 

On our 50th Anniversary we extend congratulations to Eastern Nazarene College on the 
50th Anniversary of her founding. 

H. BLAIR WARD, Class of '29, Minister 



"That in all things He might have the pre-eminence 



CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR 
GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY 

We Pledge Our Continued Support 
of E.N.C. 

• With Our Prayers 

• With Our Young People 

• With Our Money 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Livermore Falls, Maine 

R. E. HOWARD, Pastor 




CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Manchester, Conn. 

REV. JAMES R. BELL, Pastor 
Congratulations Class of "50" 
'Hats off to the past — 



coats off to the future' 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '50 

from the 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

New Bedford, Mass. 
Spruce and Smith Streets 



SUNDAY SERVICES 
Sunday School 10 A.M. 
M. Worship 11 A.M. 

N. Y. P. S. 6 P.M. 

E. Worship 7 P.M. 




WEEK DAY SERVICES 
Choir Tues. 

Men's P. Meeting Wed. 
People's P. Meeting Thurs. 
Tuniors Sat. 



Pastor 

J. E. WARNER TURPEL 

62 State Street 

When visiting Historic Plymouth and Cape Cod 
plan to worship with us. 

A Liberty-Loving Church in a Friendly City 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



Emmanuel Church of the Nazarene 

Smithfield Avenue at Francis 
Pawtucket, R. I. 



RAYMOND E. LOCKWOOD 
Minister 



New Haven Church of the Nazarene 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

To "Our" Editor of the 1950 Nautilus 
and to his staff 




CHURCH 

79 Lawrence Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Phone 76-0610 



PARSONAGE 

136 Helen Street 

Hamden, Connecticut 

Phone 2-6695 



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Serving Christ, the College, and Wollaston 

THE WOLLASTON 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Just completing its new church home at 
37 East Elm Avenue, opposite Gould Street 

REV. J. GLENN GOULD, D.D., Pastor 

PROVIDING . . . 

A center of holiness evangelism 
and spiritual fervor for Wollaston 
and the South Shore. 
A church home for townspeople 
and for students of Eastern 
Nazarene College. 



GREETINGS 



TO OUR COLLEGE 



AND TO HER 



NEW YORK STUDENTS 



NEW YORK DISTRICT 




OSCAR J. FINCH. D.D. 

Superintendent 



27 Wilson Street 



Beacon, New York 



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THE NORWOOD 


FIRST CHURCH 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


OF THE NAZARENE 


Greets 


Lynn, Mass. 


The Class of 1950 


REV. ROBERT W. CARLSON, Minister 


May Your Living Be Victorious 


SERVICES 




10 A.M. Sunday School 


71 Chapel Street 


11 A.M. Morning Worship 


Norwood, Massachusetts 


6 P.M. N. Y. P. .S 

7 P.M. Evangelistic Services 


REV. CHARLES J. WASHBURN, Pastor 


Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 P.M. 



1900 



1950 



Haverhill Church of the Nazarene 

Celebrating Her Golden Anniversary 

Compliments E.N.C. on her Golden Anniversary 

JAMES M. CUBIE, Pastor 
1941 to 1950 




WISHING 



EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 
EVERY SUCCESS 

IN 1950 

MARITIME DISTRICT 

J. H. MacGregor, Dist. Supt. 

408 High Street 
Moncton, N. B. 



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FIRST CHURCH 


SPRINGFIELD GARDENS 


of the NAZARENE 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


Kingston, N. Y. 






Protestant 


A Growing Church 


Wesleyan 


A Gospel Church 


Evangelistic 


A Good Church 


Friendly 




Sunrise Hi-way and Farmers Blvd. 


Compliments to the 
Class of '50 


Queensboro, New York City 


KENNETH PEARSALL 




Pastor 


C. K. HELSEL, Pastor 




CURTIS D. WITHROW 
Pastor 



FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

Ocean Avenue and Garfield Place 

East Rockaway 

Long Island, N. Y. 

(Just forty minutes from 
Times Square) 

"Spreading Scriptural Holiness 
on Long Island 




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FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

108th Street and 95th Avenue 
Richmond Hill, New York 

INTRODUCING - 

Our new Pastor 
REV. LYMAN P. WOOD 

of Bethany, Oklahoma 

When you are in New York City, be sure to visit 
thr Richmond Hill church. 



REV. LYMAN P. WOOD 



Church Telephone — Virginia 9-5734 
Listed in the Manhattan and Queens 
Directories Under "NAZARENE" 



"SHOWERS OF BLESSING" 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Butler, New Jersey 

and the Pastor 
REV. HOWARD R. OLSON 

Extend Hearty Congratulations 
To the Class of '50 

"Holiness and Friendliness Oar Objectives" 



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"A Revival in Every Church, and a Church in Every Town in the District" 



W. F. M. S. CONVENTION, 

DISTRICT ASSEMBLY, 

AND N. Y. P. S. CONVENTION 

JULY 17 to 21 



SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION 

AND 

DISTRICT PREACHER'S MEETING 

OCTOBER 23 to 26 



PITTSBURGH DISTRICT 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



E.N.C. TRUSTEES 

R. F. Heinlein 

Floyd A. Wycoff 

Maurice R. Emery 

Robert M. Ingland 




R. F. HEINLEIN 

Superintendent 



ADVISORY BOARD 
W. Gordon Graves 

A. H. Elsey 
Maurice R. Emery 
Robert M. Ingland 



CAMP MEETING 

ALAMEDA CAMP GROUNDS 

BUTLER, PENNA. 

JUNE 29 to JULY 9 



N. Y. P. S. INSTITUTE 
AUGUST 7 to 12 



"MID-CENTURY CRUSADE FOR SOULS" 



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CIRCLEVILLE 




CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


CONGRATULATIONS 


REV. MERL M. BENNER 


to the 


Pastor 




R. D. No. 1 


CLASS OF 1950 


Irwin, Pa. 




Telephone 1785 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


God Is Blessing and We Are Progressing 
Glory! 


907 Pennsylvania Avenue East 


Sunday School Supt. Mr. Elmer Whitehead 


Warren, Pennsylvania 


N. Y. P. S. President Miss Harriet Hainsev 




W. F. M. S. President Mrs. Emily Whitehead 




Secretary Mrs. Susan Yencso 


GORDON V. WOODS, Pastor 


Treasurer Mr. Elmer Whitehead 


Telephone 196 


"My House Shall be Called 




the House of Prayer" 




Isa. 56-7 





CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



55 North Bennett Street 
Bradford, Pa. 



W. GORDON GRAVES, Pastor 
114 North Bennett Street 



Sunday School Superintendent - JOHN TRUBY 
N. Y. P. S. President - MRS. WILLIS DIETZ 
W. F. M. S. President - ESTHER FAIRBANKS 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

New Castle, Penn. 

REV. GEORGE R. SARBER, Pastor 

27 West Falls Street 

New Castle, Penn. 

Visit us when you are in our city — Cor. W. Falls and Beaver Street 



Congratulations 
Class of 1950 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

520 North Center Street 
Grove City, Pa. 




Mid-Century Crusade for Souls 

CLARENCE E. NEIDERHISER 
Pastor 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

21st and Wallace Streets 
Erie, Pennsylvania 



A. V. MOUNTFORD 

Pastor 



CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1950 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Jamestown, New York 



JOHN W. POOLE, Minister 
147 Prather Avenue 



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ALBANY DISTRICT 

RENARD D. SMITH, Superintendent 
229 W. Pleasant Avenue Syracuse 5, N. Y. 

Dist. Church School Chairman - GLENN TYNER 

Dist. N. Y. P. S. Pies. - ANTHONY SAMPSON 

Dist. W. F. M. S. Pres. - MRS. RENARD D. SMITH 




RENARD D. SMITH 



Annual District Assembly — July 17 - 21 
Annual District Camp — July 21 - 30 
Annual Preachers" Meeting — Nov. 6-8 



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The First Church of the Nazarene 

Cannon & West Newell Street 
Syracuse, New York 



We Congratulate the Class of 1950 



Our Church Is Glad to Support E.N.C. 



JOHN D. RHAME, Minister 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

1813 Albany Street 


Best Wishes 


Schenectady, N. Y. 


ELMIRA 


REV. WALTER S. MacPHERSON, SR. 
Pastor 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 




N. Y. 


SUNDAY SERVICES 




Sundav School 10:00 A.M. 




Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. 
N. Y. P. S. 7:00 P.M. 


ANTHONY B. SAMPSON 


Evangelistic Service 7:45 P.M. 


Pastor 


WEDNESDAY 




Prayer and Praise 7:45 P.M. 


John A. Tice 


When in Schenectady Worship With Us 


Sunday School Superintendent 




LAKE AVENUE 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

"Rochester's Newest Church" 
99 Stonewood Avenue, Rochester, N. Y. 



'ROCHESTER'S EVANGELISTIC 
CENTER" 



MORRIS E. WILSON, Pastor 
26 Rochelle Street 
TeleDhone: Charlotte 1065 



"Our thanks in behalf of the many students 
from Binghamton who have found God and the Church at E.N.C." 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Binghamton, N. Y. 



ARTHUR M. FALLON, Minister 



A GROWING CHURCH WITH A BIG HEART 



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- CONGRATULATIONS! CLASS OF 1950 - 
From the 

WASHINGTON-PHILADELPHIA 
DISTRICT 

E. E. GROSSE, District Superintendent 

G. E. HUDSON, Treasurer DONALD S. METZ, Secretary 

District Slogan: "UNGTION FOR ACTION" 



District Church School Chairman — John Z. Andree 

District W.F.M.S. President - Mrs. Nelson Henck 

District N.Y.P.S. President - A. C. McKenzie 



ADVISORY BOARD E.N.C. TRUSTEES 

F. D. Ketner J. H. Parker 
Boyd M. Long E. E. Grosse 

G. E. Hudson F. W. Ketner 
William Boring Earl C. Wolfe 



DISTRICT CENTER 
Nazarene Campgrounds — North East, Maryland 



Annual District Assembly Annual District Campmeeting 

August 2 - 4 August 4-13 



Annual District N.Y.P.S. Institute Annual Preachers' Convention 

August 28 -Sept. 2 October 9-11 



FUTURE E.N.C.'ERS 

Boys' Camp - July 10 - 15 Girls' Camp - July 17 - 22 

F. D. KETNER, Director 



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Compliments of 


Congratulations 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


to the 
Class of 1950 


Rio Grande, N. J. 


NAZARENE 


REV. HAROLD F. RERRIAN 


YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY 


Pastor 


Eastport, Md. 


Success in His Precious Name 


REV. H. I. BASHAM, Pastor 



CONGRATULATIONS 



Graduating Class of '50 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Fifth Avenue near Maryland Avenue 



Wilmington, Del. 



C. ADRIAN WAY, Pastor 



Blessings on the (Mass of '50 
from the 

NAZARENES OF OXFORD, PA. 





A. C. McKENZIE, Pastor 
Having "studied to shew thyself approved unto 
God," go forth and become workmen that need 
"not to be ashamed." 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Bethlehem, Pa. 




HOLINESS 

FOREVER 

MORE 



Nazareth Pike and Woodlawn Ave. 



EARL G. LUSK 

Minister 

Phone 7-5232 




FIRST CHURCH 
of the 
NAZARENE 

520 Whitmore Avenue 
Baltimore 16, Maryland 

CHESTER A. SMITH, Pastor 




OUR 

STUDENTS 

AT 

E.N.C. 



"A LIVE 

CHURCH 

WITH 

A 

LIVE 

MESSAGE" 




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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



7th and A Streets, N. E. 



Washington, D. C. 



A Center of Holiness 



Evangelism 



In the Heart of Our 



Nation's Capitol 




• Sermons That Inspire 



Songs That Bless 



Music That Thrills 



• Fellowship That Lifts 



'There's a Welcome Here for You" 



ROY F. STEVENS, Pastor 
'The Singing Pastor" 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1950 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



ROYERSFORD, PENNA. 
REV. GEO. ANDREWS, Pastor 




ATLANTIC CITY CHURCH 


Congratulations to the 


of the 


Class of 1950 


NAZARENE 






CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


2414 Atlantic Avenue 
Atlantic City, N. J. 


Deepwater, N. J. 




KENNETH L. AKINS, Pastor 


REV. G. B. SCHLOSSER 




Pastor 


(Three miles north of the 




Pennsville-Neweastle Ferry ) 


"The Church With the Message for This Age" 


When Passing, Visit Us. 



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Compliments of 








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FIRST 








CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 


Compliments or the 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 




&*A 


Pine and 


Euclid Avenue and Hampton Street 




Freedley Streets 


Trenton, N. J. 


REV. EARL C. WOLF 




Pastor 


Norristown, Pa. 


REV. BOYD M. LONG, Pastor 


OFFICERS 




S. S. Superintendent 


Mr. William Schubert 




N. V. /'. S. Pres. 


Mr. Harry Butterworth 


"When Passing Through the 


\V. F. M. S. Firs. 


Mrs. Walter H. Hoopes 


Garden State — Stop and 


Secretary 
Treasurer 


Mrs. Aliee E. Keehn 
Mr. Walter II . Hoopes 


Worship With Us" 




•When Near Phi] 


adelphia — \'isit Us" 






H. E. HECKERT 
Minister 



Compliments of 
CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

Conowingo Road 

Bel Air, Maryland 



CONGRATULATION'S TO THE CLASS OF 1950 



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Congratulations! Class of '50 
from the 

Sfitat QJljittdj of tlje Nazatette 

11th and Wyoming St. "On Your Way West" Allentown, Pa. 

LLOYD G. GORDON, Minister 
Phone 6422 

Sponsored by the N. Y. P. S. — Robert Hersh, President 



COLLINGDALE CHURCH EXTENDS 

BEST WISHES TO HER STUDENTS 



CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 

MacDade Blvd. 

COLLINGDALE, 
PA. 

REV. F. D. KETNER 
Pastor 




Emma Stephey, Ray Gery, Florence Kelley, 
Francis Ketner, Jr., Rev. Ketner 



"The Strength of Any Country Is the Strength of Its Religious Convictions" 

IMMANUEL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Richardson and Derstine Avenues 
Lansdale, Pennsylvania 

Hear the "Nazarene Melodv Hour" Each Sunday at 8:30 a.m. 
Over Station WBUX 1570 Kil. 

NELSON G. MINK, Minister 

'Life Is a Quarry Out of Which We Are to Mold and Chisel and Complete a Character' 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


COMPLIMENTS 


The Friendly Church 


of the 


2 Granville Avenue 




Danbury, Conn. 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 




Hagerstown, Md. 




To the Class of 1950 


REV. JAMES L. BENDER 




Pastor 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


BEST WISHES 

from 


Cor. North Ave. and Leavett Street 


West Somerville, Mass. 


SKOWHEGAN, MAINE 


NAZARENES' 


SUNDAYS: 


Church organized Feb. 21, 1901 


Church School 10:00 A.M. 


Located at Elm Street 


Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. 


near Davis Square 


N. Y. P. S. 6:30 P.M. 




^M^. 




Evangelistic Service 7:30 P.M. 








WEDNESDAYS: 




% i>~ 




Prayer and Praise 7:30 P.M. 




JJrk 




ERNEST R. BRADLEY, Pastor 




mm 


135 Main Street 




Skowhegan, Maine 


B. H. MAYBURY, Pastor 


Phone: 957 


"Where E.N.C. Students Have Always 




Found a Welcome" 



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AKRON DISTRICT 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



REV. O. L. BENEDUM, District Superintendent 



E. N. C. Trustees 
O. L. BENEDUM 
D. D. PALMER 
L. W. DURKEE 
WILFRED HAMMER 



Advisory Board 

D. D. PALMER 
CD. TAYLOR 
L. W. DURKEE 
WILLIS ROUSH 




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C. B. WOOD 

District Secretary 

RUTH HANKS 
District Treasurer 

MRS. D. D. PALMER 
W. F. M. S. President 

CARL B. HANKS 

N. Y. P. S. District President 



"For both he that sanctifieth and they who are 
sanctified are all of one: For which cause he is 
not ashamed to call them brethren." 

—Hebrews 2:11 



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ADIRONDACK 


AKRON 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 


Vermontville, N. Y. 

A friendly Church in the mountains 
where you are a stranger but once. 


N. Howard Street at 
W. Tallmadge Avenue 


REV. ERNEST V. SWARTHOUT 
Pastor 

Miss Flora K. Shene 
Sunday School Superintendent 


Akron 10, Ohio 

REV. C. D. TAYLOR 
Pastor 


SUNDAY SERVICES 
Sunday Bible School 10:00 A.M. 
Divine Worship 11:00 A.M. 
Young People's Meeting 7:00 P.M. 
Evangelistic Service 7:30 P.M. 


Telephone BL 8832 


WEDNESDAY 
Prayer and Bible Study 7:30 P.M. 




FRIDAY 
Young People's Night 7:30 P.M. 




"Mil 




pOQj&JCB 






WitBt QJljutd} of tlje TSnznzmt 

Third St. and Herbruck Ct. N. E. Canton, Ohio 

R. J. SMELTZER, Pastor 
A Welcome Awaits You — When in Canton Worship With Us 



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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Hayden Avenue at Claiborne Road, East Cleveland, Ohio 



E.N.C. Will Always Have Our 
Loyal Support 




JAMES E. HUNTON 
Minister 



When visiting "The Best 
Location In The Nation" 
include First Church in 
your plans. 






WARREN ROLINDALE CHURCH 


Congratulations 
Class of 1950! 


of the 




NAZARENE 




Warren, Ohio 


FIRST CHURCH 




OF THE NAZARENE 




Youngstown, Ohio 


Places its support wholeheartedly to 




Eastern Nazarene College, with a 




prayer for her continued success. 


11. C. PURKHISER, Minister 






JOHN R. DONLEY, Pastor 



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t 



to 



The Faculty of E.N.C 



and 



Class of '50 



'Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding" 

-Prov. 3:5 




FIRST CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 



WARREN, 
OHIO 



D. D. PALMER, Pastor 



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Congratulations 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


Class of 1950 


East Rebecca Street 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 




S. Linden at E. Summit 


East Palestine, Ohio 


Alliance, Ohio 




S. S. Superintendent R. H. Baum 




iV. Y. P. S. President Lois Schlosser 


PAUL E. BAXTER, JR. 


N. F. M. S. President Mrs. Ruth Loomis 


Minister 






CLYDE B. WOOD 




Pastor 



CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 1950 

KENMORE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Corner Iona Avenue and Twelfth Sheet 
Akron, Ohio 




Visit Our New Church 

While 

Visiting Our City 



MILTON L. BUNKER 
Minister 

Telephone : Sherwood - 7720 



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-OUR DESIRE - 

SPIRITUAL YOUNG PEOPLE 

CALLED OF GOD 

TRAINED AT E.N.C. 

One Hundred Per Gent With Von 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

799 South Arlington Street 
Akron, Ohio 

Clarence J. Haas, Pastor 



CONGRATULATIONS 




RAY E. BANKS, Pastor 

CAMBRIDGE, OHIO 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Congratulations to Class of 1950 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


THE CHURCH of the NAZARENE 


Satin Street 


Corner Liberty and High Street 


Jefferson, Ohio 


Painesville, Ohio 




A Friendly Welcome Awaits You 


Sunday School Sii))t. A. M. Gechneaur 


REV. DANIEL C. HOFFMAN, Pastor 


.V. Y. P. S. President Richard Wright 




W. F. M. S. President Grace Park 


Compliments 

to 
Class of '50 




"Draw Nigli to God, 


Barberton, Ohio 


and He Will Draw Nigh to You." 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


REV. J. A. RODGERS 


Neio Location 


East Satin Street 


465 Hopocan Avenue 


Telephone 217 


REV. ROBERT SHOFF, Pastor 





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FIRST 



CHURCH 

OF THE 



NAZARENE 

EAST LIVERPOOL, OHIO 









GREETINGS 
AND 

ASSURANCE OF 
WHOLE-HEARTED 
SUPPORT TO E.N.C. 



C. L. RODDA, Minister 

BOYD R. KIFER, Assistant 

In Charge of Music 



'Respect for the Past — Progress for the Present — Vision for the Future' 



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5>*- "™-*^ 






^Z$ 


"A Growing 
Church With 


Congratulations E.N.C. 


•*"*'■■ i iiiirMi ■■■■■■:'■ l':5* 

mm 


Confidence 
in a Growing 


Keep Progressing! 


k& lfe 


SclwoJ" 




K» : 1 




BRIGHTON, ONTARIO 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


GRACE CHURCH 


ELMER M. SCHRAG 


624 Annette Street 


Pastor 


TORONTO, CANADA 






"Forward Through Faith" 


WILLIAM SUMMERSCALES, Pastor 




CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


Congratulations Class of '50 


180 Main Street 




Newmarket, Ontario, Canada 


FIRST CHURCH 


REV. AMIL E. PETERSON 




Pastor 


OF THE NAZARENE 


This Church Extends a Cordial 


188 Cowan Avenue 


Welcome to You. 






Toronto, Ontario 


"My house shall be filled with music, with 




song, with praise and prayer, And the burden 




of life shall be lifted from all who enter there." 




"The Master is here and calleth for thee" 


HAROLD R. RROWN, Minister 


John 11:28 





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ST. CLAIR CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



1277 St. Clair Avenue West 
Ontario, Toronto, Canada 



Rev. L. Guy Nees 



161 Westmount Avenue 



Telephone KEN wood 7165 



CONGRATULATIONS 



A 

Growing 

Church 

Trying 

to Do 

the Job 




HAMILTON, ONTARIO 



Broadcasting 

Mid-Week 

Hymn Sing 

Thins., 10 p.m. 

CHML 

"900" 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

92 Ottawa Street N. 

REV. ROBERT F. WOODS, Minister 



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EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 



Accredited 



Co-educational 



COLLEGE COURSES IN 
The Christian Ministry Teaching 

Business Administration 

Beginning Engineering 



Nursing 



Music 



Freshman Week Begins September 5 



Serving the Youth of Our Church 



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THE SIGMA DELTA KAPPA SOCIETY 

Extends Sincere Congratulations 
to the Seniors of 1950 

K eep near the cross 

A nswer the call 

P ress toward the goal 

P lease God 

A ttain the most life has for you 




"Heaven gives us friends, 
To bless the present scene, 
Removes them, 
To prepare us for the next." 

The 

Sigma Delta Delta 

Society 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

To The Seniors From 

The Students 

"Above the Border" 




JOHN J. GALLAGHER, INC. 


OWN THESE STOCKS? 


Building Materials and Hardware 


Don't sit tight— it may be costly! Right now, 


General Offices and Main Yard 


check with Babson's. Simply attach list of 7 
of your securities to this ad and mail to us. 


100 Federal Avenue 


We'll tell you if clients have been advised to 


Quincy, Mass. 


Hold or Switch them. 




Xo cost or obligation. 


Retail Store and Branch Yard 


Write Dept. NCN-2 


North Quincy, Mass. 




Telephones 


BABSON S REPORTS 


PResident 3-2360 PResident 3-8180 


Wellesley Hills 82, Mass. 



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ongraiulahons . . . 
MID-CENTURY CLASS 



Iron) the 




The Champion Society 



SIGMAS 

CONGRATULATE 

SENIORS 




NEW STUDENTS URGED 
TO JOIN RANKS 




In his congratulatory address, President 
Graeflin praised the success of the year's 
activities. Rush Dav o 



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1950 Sponsorships 






MR. WILBUR A. SMITH 

Star Route 
Newport, Maine 

MISS NELLIE EMRICK 

Box 8674 
Pittsburgh 21, Penna. 

DORRANCE and ESTHER 
NICHOLS 

"Evangelists" 
849 Poplar Street 
Bloomsburg, Penna. 



ERNEST C. HATCH 

Prescription Optician 
25 Beale Street 
Wollaston, Massachusetts 

RUSSELL FUNERAL HOME 

Harold A. Thurston, Director 
644 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 



NORTH QUINCY DINER 

263 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Massachusetts 



BANE SISTERS TRIO 

Route 1, Box 163 
Cumberland, Md. 

THE RISDON MFG. CO. 

Risdon Street 
Naugatuck, Conn. 

W. H. BEARD, D.M.D. 

1011 Beacon Street 
Boston, Massachusetts 
Telephone BE 2-1563 

DR. EARL STONE 

Dentist 
7 Elm Avenue 
Wollaston. Massachusetts 



DEVOE'S DINING ROOM 

Lobster, Steak and Chicken 

Dinners 
Catering To Special Parties 
379 Hancock Street, North Quincv 



WOLLASTON 
DO-NUT SHOPPE, INC. 

Fresh Do- Nuts Twice Daily 

17 Beale Street, W 7 ollaston, Mass. 



CALIFORNIA 
CLEANSERS & DYERS 

Student Discount 15% 

660 Hancock St., Wollaston, Mass. 






WILLIAM D. MICHAEL 

Optometrist 
1581 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Massachusetts 



DEPENDABLE 
LAUNDERERS AND CLEANERS 

63 Beale Street, Wollaston, Mass. 
Telephone PR 3-8922 



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HANCOCK 
PAINT & VARNISH CO. 

53 West Squantum Street 
North Quincy, Mass. 

RIGGS & SON 

Realtors 

Insurance-Notarv-Mortgages 
23 Beale St., Wollaston, Mass. 

CARROLL 
CUT RATE PERFUMER 

19 Beale Street 
Wollaston, Massachusetts 

BETSY LEE SHOPPE 

11 Beale Street 
Wollaston Mass. 



BEALE STREET PHARMACY 

Russell S. Keene, Ph.G., Mgr. 
661 Hancock Cor. Beale St. 
Wollaston, Mass. 

JOHNSON S FILLING STATION 

700 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 

KARLS 
AUTO BODY REPAIR CO., INC. 

23 Greenwood Ave. 
Wollaston, Mass. 

GREETING CARD SHOP 

15 Beale Street, Wollaston 
The Most Complete Line of 
Greetings Cards on the South Shore 

QUINCY TYPEWRITER SERVICE 

Sold— Rented— Repaired 
One Maple Street 
Quincy, Massachusetts 



WM. WESTLAND & CO. 

Equipment For Every Sport 
Baseball— Golf— Tennis— Archery 
Softball— Fishing— Badminton 

LONDON CLOTHING CORP. 

Brockton — Quincy 

A Factory to You Operation 

Saving You Money on Clothing 

PAY and TAKE FURNITURE CO. 

Superb Quality! 
Best Value . . . Compare! 
15 Billings Road, North Quincy 

THE MILLER PRODUCE CO. 

Faneuil Hall 

Boston 9, Massachusetts 

CIO VI NO & CO. 

Wholesale Grocers 
19-21 Commercial Street 
Boston, Massachusetts 

BOSTON CHINA CO. 

80-88 Portland Street 
Boston, Mass. 

MERIT 
PAPER AND CHEMICAL CORP. 

119 Pearl Street 
Boston 10, Mass. 

BOSTON SAND & GRAVEL 

118 First Street 
Boston, Mass. 

JOHN J. DUANE CO. 

Building Wrecking 
600 South Artery 
Quincy, Mass. 

W. H. HASLETT CO. 

837 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Massachusetts 
Telephones: PR 3-0883-3-0884 



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YOUR DUGOUT 




-Wishes to Congratulate the 

Seniors of 1950 
-Takes this opportunity 

to thank you for your 
patronage— 



FRANK H. BOWERS 

Food Service Manager 
of E.N.C. 






166 






WE WISH THE COLLEGE DUGOUT 

SUCCESS 




The Dugout was designed, furnished, and 
the equipment completely installed by — 



SO. SHORE FIXTURE CO. 



645 South Artery 



Telephone PR 3-6780 



Quincy, Mass. 



We design, manufacture, and install complete 

restaurant, drugstore, market and delicatessen 

fixtures. 



16" 



STAINED GLASS WINDOWS 

Exquisite stained glass windows designed and executed 
to suit the architecture of your building. Prices vary ac- 
cording to the size and intricacy of detail. 

Imported, antique glass and expert craftsmanship assure 
unsurpassed beauty. Send for your copy of our brochure, 
"Stained Glass."' 



CHURCH FURNITURE 

Our church furniture is distinctive and beautiful, in au- 
thentic period designs. Superb hand carving and expert 
craftsmanship make our communion tables, seats, pulpits 
and other ecclesiastical furnishings well suited for their 
high purpose. We can plan our products to match your 
present furnishings. Send for our free catalogue. 



WHITTEMORE 



Associates, Incorporated 

16 ASHBURTON PLACE Boston 8, Mass. 



168 



VISIT E.N.C.'S GREENHOUSE 

Potted Plants 

Novelties 

Corsages 
"When you think of flowers tliink of Bowers" 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



A Friend 



Americas Best Buy 

The 
1950 CHEVROLET 

24-Hour Towing Service 

Night Repair Service 

Visit our used car department 

at 

Bargainville 

540 Southern Artery 

GRANITE CHEVROLET 

338 Washington Street 

Quincy, Mass. 

PR 3-2310 

Where our customers send their friends 



F. H. CRANE AND SONS, INC. 

Established 1892 

WHOLESALE GROCERIES 

Institution, Restaurant and Bakery Supplies 

Flour — Grain — Fertilizers 

BUILDING & MASONS' MATERIALS 

30 Liberty Street Quincy, Mass. 

Telephone PResident 3-1800 



169 



W. C. LAHUE INC. 




General Contractors 



LOWELL, MASSACHUSETTS 

Except the Lord build the house they labor in vain that build it. 

Psalm 127-1. 



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81 YEARS 

of 
Dependable Public Service 




"DELCO" 

Oil Burner 

Product of 
GENERAL MOTORS 



CITIES SERVICE 

HEATING OIL 

Industrial — Commercial 

Residential 



CITIES 

@ 

SERVICE 



NEW a 

ENGLAND 

COKE^ 



NEW ENGLAND COKE 

A favorite in 

Thousands of 

NEW ENGLAND HOMES 



i i 



D and H 



yj 



It's a great name 

in 

HARD COAL 




For quality and service 



SHEPPARD COAL & OIL CO 



1355 Hancock Street 



Tel. PR .3-7200 



Quincy 



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Guest Coffee 



Rich body, Pleasing aroma, 
Exquisite flavor. 




If you cannot purchase this in your home 
town — write us — P.O. Box J. $.. Chicago (90) 



Sexton 

Qualify Doodi 



The W. C. BONNER Co. 
Watertown, Mass. 

Supplying 

Hard to Beat 

Cleansing Compounds 

for Dish Machine Washing 

SUPER MAFOS BRIQUETS 

for Hand Washing 

SANITEX NO. 25 

For Low Bacteria Counts 

STERILUTION 



101 YEARS 

EXPERIENCE TO HELP 

US SERVE YOU 

BETTER 



H. P. HOOD & SONS 



MILK -- CREAM 



172 



HOWARD JOHNSON'S 



FAMOUS ICE CREAM IN 



28 FLAVORS 





[<$$$> 


Always ask for: 


(4^0^ 


SCHULER'S 


*** \( 




ICE CREAM 


Potato Chips - Potato Frills 


"Made for Particular People" 


French Fried Potatoes (Julienne Style) 
Cheese Flavored Popcorn 


VISIT OUR DAIRY BAR 


Cheese Cornsticks 


Delicious Food — Nicely Served 


French Fried Popcorn 


Attractive Surroundings 




Appealing Prices 




Business Men's Luncheon 


"AMERICA'S FINEST 


Special Dinners 




Open Daily until 7 P.M. 




Central Avenue & Eliot St., Milton 




Bluehills 8-7850 



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BOLTON SMART 
COMPANY, INC. 

Wholesale Purveyors of Clioice 

BEEF, LAMB, VEAL, PORK, POULTRY, FISH 
BUTTER, CHEESE, EGGS AND FROSTED FOODS 



19-25 South Market Street 



Boston, Mass. 



Telephone: LAfayette 3-1900 




The Friendliest Store on the South Shore 



ERNEST S. REYNOLDS, INC. 



South Braintree, Mass. 



The electricians 



for 



your Dugout 



BR 2-0701 



BR 2-3165 



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Compliments 




of 


JOHN HAMRE & SON 


Medical Department 




of 


General 


Eastern Nazarene College 


Contractors 


CHARLES DJERF, M.D. 


'm^e 


E. J. BRUCE, R.N. 




RUBY FRIEND, R.N. 






Quincy, Mass. 









Richard J. Gorman 




The Jewelry Store on Beale Street 


COMPLIMENTS 




^isi'i 


;>f the 




^yrl J 


SUPPLY DEPARTMENT 






-UB ^EkJZP^i.. &. 




f V, 




Marine Biological Laboratory 


"Jacki 
diamo 




Woods Hole, Massachusetts 


e" Gagnon showing one of their fine 
nds to Evelyn Woodcock '54. 




DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS 

From $60.00 up 

WATCHES GIFTS 

Parker '51 

23a Beale St. Wollaston 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



Gr 2-8660 



Blacker and Shepard Lumber Corp. 

10 Newport Ave. 
North Quincy, Massachusetts 



CONGRATULATIONS 



L. ANTONELLI IRON WORKS 



Manufacturers of 



Structural Steel — Ornamental Iron 



and 



Building Specialties 



177 WILLARD ST. 



MAvflower 9-3600 



CARRIKER .MOTOR CO. 

Dependable Used Cars 

DESOTO-PLYMOUTH DEALER 

Service on all makes 



68 Washington St. 



GR 2-4730 




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BERNARD 
FOOD INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED 



Manufacturers of Fine Food Specialties 



Address all correspondence to: 

Main Plant 
559 W. Fulton Street 



Chicago 6, Illinois 



THE 




fit/mat Pfiess 


UNDERHILL PAPER CO. 


ADVERTISING 




PRINTERS AND 


59 Saville Row 


DESIGNERS 




* 




76 Woodbine Street 


Quincy Massachusetts 


Wollaston 70, Massachusetts 




PResident 3-6022 





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ETHERALL & McCAUSLAND 



494 Hancock Street 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 

***** 
Plumbing and Heating 

Estimates Furnished GRanite 2-8017 



Film Service 



Toiletries 




COLLEGE BOOKSTORE 



Congratulations Seniors of 1950 



Student Supplies 



Bibl 



es 



We Extend Our Cordial and Sincere 
BEST WISHES 

To The Class of 50 
WEYMOUTH GAZETTE PRESS 

Printers of Campus Camera 
WE 9-0145 

18-22 Station Street 
East Weymouth, Mass. 




178 



QUINCY'S LARGEST AND 
MOST BEAUTIFUL 



FUNERAL HOME 
AND CHAPEL 




DEWARE BROTHERS 

Donald M. Deware 

and 
Robert M. Deware 

576 Hancock St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Telephone GR 2-1137 
REGISTERED FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 



179 



Agent for 
Wolverine Porcelain Roofing Tile 



NORMAN W. PEMBERTON, Inc. 

Sheet Metal Work - Slate 
Tin and Gravel Roofing 

141 Newport Avenue, 

Wollaston, Mass. 

Office Tel. GRanite 2-5078 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



L. Grossman & Sons, Inc. 




WHEN IN NEED OF 

Harwdare 

Kitchenware 

Garden Supplies 



Packard Paints 
Wall Paper 
Glass 



THE NEW MODERN STORE 
"Easy Parking" 

Call GR 2-0041 

MacFARLAND'S 

11 Brook Street Wollaston, Mass. 

Tel. LAfayette \3- 1729 
[3- 1730 

NORMAN B. SMALL CO. 

Wholesalers and Jobbers of 

Butter, Eggs, and Poultry 

Native Eggs a Specialty 

61 Catham Street 
N. B. Small Boston, Mass. 





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EXTRA 



ENGRAVINGS 




**"" tP*^ 







Jo ** 



PHOTO -ENGRAVERS 





ROBERTS ENGRAVING. COMPANY 



115 SAGAMORE STREET 




QUINCY 71. MASSACHUSETTS 



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r 7 - 1294 

Telephones, CApitol <j 7 - 1295 

7 - 1354 



HICKS & HODGES CO. 

PURVEYORS OF FINE FOOD 

45 South Market Street 
Boston 9, Mass. 



WEBSTER -THOMAS CO. 

217 State St., Boston, Mass 

Packers and Distributors 

MATCHLESS 
BRAND 
FOODS 



Teas— Coffees 
Canned Fruits 
Canned Vegetables 
Pickles— Relishes— Condiments 
Fancy Quality Throughout 



YOU ARE WELCOME 

at the 

QUINCY Y.M.C.A. 

Special Rates to Students 




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Ijfmfi Class 




The responsibility associated 
with such a title is no 
small task. 

A College Annual without 
photographs would indeed 
be dull. 

Therefore, we have tried 
to fulfill our photographic 
assignment with the careful 
attention necessary to assure you 
a pleasant and lasting memory 
of your days at E.N.C. 



7t HARVARD STUDIO 

Official Photographer Since 1947 
669 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON, MASS. 



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GR 2-0392 Telephones PR 3-2054 

PATTERSONS 
FLOWER STORE 

1283 Hancock Street 
Quincy 

CORSAGES 

Girls who care say 
"Get my corsage at Patterson's" 

Elsie M. Patterson 

Proprietor 




SHELDON W. LEWIS 

Office and School Snppaes 

Fountain Pens and Stationery 

Dennison Goods 

Practical Gifts 

"WEDDING and PARTY SUPPPLIES" 

— Greeting Cards — 

49 Beale Street Wollaston, Mass. 

Good Parking Shop with Pleasure 

Phone MA 9-0619 



DRINK and ENJOY 



BRAEWOOD BEVERAGES 



Richardson 
ROOT BEER 



435 Adams St. 



Neeco 
COFFEE SODA 



SQUIRT 



Standard Bottling Company 

GRanite 2-8326 Quincy 69, Mass. 



Established 1863 

M. STOLL & CO., Inc. 

Wholesale Grocers 

Boston, Mass. 




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As Close As Your Nearest Mailbox 




m> »i va 



isi an cat i , . 

sat m m 





Select (lelUfi&uA Bookd 

and Supplied 



Nazarene Publishing House 

2923 Troost Ave, Box 527 1592 8loor St.. West 102 East Colorado 

Kansas City 10, Mo Toronto. Ontario Pasadena 1. California 



185 



NORTH QUINCY GARAGE CO. 

DUGGAN BROS. 

131-133 Hancock Street 
North Quincy, Mass. 



CHEVROLET 

Sales and Service 
PR 3-1100 



Compliments of 

THE DEMUTH COMPANY 
330 E. 63rd Street 

NEW YORK 21, NEW YORK 

Heating and 
Ventilating Equipment 



Compliments of 
NEW ENGLAND ALTAR CO. 

Specializing in Church Furniture 

and 

Builders of Your College Church Pews 

21 Greenwood Ave. Wollaston, Mass 

Telephone MAyflower 9 - 3426 



• Window Shades Window Screens • 

• Venetian Blinds Porch Screens • 

• Clidtwood Shades Screen Doors • 

• Combination Windows • 



EASTERN SHADE & SCREEN 

20 John Street 209 Iyanough Rd. 

North Quincy Hyannis 

PR 3-6889 Hyannis 1885 




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ESPtciauy for you... 



• The making of College Annuals 
takes far longer than you 
think. 

• The co-ordination of photography, 
art work, engraving, printing and 
binding was entrusted to our 
skilled craftsmen who have 
been making college annuals 

for nearly a quarter of a 
century. 

• Together with the staff who 
have served you so well, we too 
share in the satisfaction of 
completing this book . . . 



Especially for YOU 



Paul K. BlancnanJ, Jnc. 

College Annuals 
669 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON, MASS. 



187 






ill 



or 



R. WESLEY BLACHLY, JR., Editor 



Dear Friends of the Nautilus: 



iauhn s 

1950 



C lie l/-}nni4al of 
Eastern Nazarene College 

Wollaston Park 
Quincy 70, Massachusetts 



HADLEY E. SMITH, Business Manager 

May 9, 1950 



"Support your Nautilus for 1950 by being on time for your pictures," 
"Support your Nautilus for 1950 by handing in suggestions." These and 
many others were suggestions made by the staff with the one idea of mak- 
ing the publication of this annual the very best. 

It is quite evident that these suggestions were heard, for from every 
channel through which this book progressed, there was wholehearted coopera- 
tion. We are indeed grateful to each one for this. 

A gentleman with an understanding of the problems of yearbook produc- 
tion, Paul K. Blanchard has constantly shown a personal interest and by his 
superior skill has directed this year's Nautilus to completion. 

Lending support to the Nautilus seemed to be a specialty with "Charlie" 
Iannello of Harvard Studio. Not only did he maintain an even-tempered pleas- 
antness, but he was on hand to accommodate in any way possible at a moment's 
notice. 

Although we are not personally acquainted with them, we realize that 
this production would not have been complete without the successful work of 
the Roberts Engraving Company, and Myron Stephens of Burlen Robert and Son. 

In addition to these, our thanks go to our advisers. Mrs. Rothwell, 
ever ready to correct copy and give constructive criticism, has helped us 
attain our literary standard. The financial guidance from Prof. Nay lor has 
kept our business department stable. 

The support given to your Nautilus for 1950 has come from a spirited 
staff of writers, lay-out workers, proof-readers, and typists; a photogra- 
pher and dark room technician were also eager assistants. 

To these and the dozens more who were just willing to help in any way, 
we feel most grateful and wish to express our genuine thanks for the par- 
ticular part each played in making this publication what we feel is the very 
best we could produce. 

Nautilusly yours, 



tf4£LfaJLQ>. 

R. Wee'ley Blactfljt, Jr. 




E. Smith 



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DIRECTORY 



Akers, Charles W. 
Allen, trances 
Babcock, Wm. J. V. 
Blaney, Harvey J. S. 
Cove, Edith 
Davis, Elizabeth 
Dell, Edward T. 
Delp, George J. 
Dixon, Wallace 
Dygoski, Louise A. 
Coodnow, Edith P. 
Goodnow, Kent 
Gould, J. Glenn 
Groves, Vernon T. 
Harris, Mary K. 
Hathaway, Kenneth 
Hawk, Grace 
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124 Phillips St., 

10 Watkins St., 

23 E. Elm Ave., 

56 Bromfield St.. 

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61 Davis St., 

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29 Dunbarton Rd., 

98 Phillips St., 

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133 Prospect Ave., 

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Lechner, Hadrian B. 134 Grand View Ave., 
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Maq)le, Olive B. 
May bury, Robert H. 
McFarland, Elizabeth 
Mullen, Laurence 
Mullen, Wilbur H. 
Munro, Bertha 
Naylor, Jasper R. 
Nease, Madeline 
Parsons, Rolland W. 
Phillips, Everett S. 
Rankin, Andrew F. 
Rothwell, Helen F. 
Bothwell, Mel-Thomas 
Shields, Fred J. 
Shields, Hester 
Shrader, James H. 
Smith, Timothy L. 
Soteriades, Evangelos 
Spangenberg, Alice 
Williamson, Esther D. 



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118 Phillips St., 

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90 Franklin Ave., 

97 Willow St., 

92 Franklin Ave., 

102 Hamden Circle, 

57 Ellington Rd.. 

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127 Lincoln Ave., 

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90 Winthrop Ave., 

39 Cummings Ave., 

105 Willow Ave., 

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Albert, Gerald 
Alexander. Douglas R 
Allen, Arthur L. 
Allen, Frances 
Allen, Lorna R. 
Allen, Ruth E. 
Allison, Richard A. 
Anderson, Alice M. 
Anderson. Jettee L. 
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236 Franklin St., Framingham, Mass. 

366 West Penn. Ave., Sebring, Ohio 

. 1858 Aird Ave., Montreal, Que., Can. 

Broadway, Hanover, Mass. 

Moultrie, Ga. 

R. No. 1, Claremont, N. H. 

18 School St.. Lisbon Falls, Me. 

215 Franklin Pi., Grove Citv, Pa. 

38 Bicknell St., Quincy, Mass. 

> 747 N. 5th St., Richmond, Va. 

Richm'd Hill Rd.. New Canaan, Conn. 



Andrews, Lois E. 
Apple, Christine 
Arurey, Alexander 
Arnold, Donald 
Ash, Patricia A. 
Ashley, Geraldine C. 



445 Washington St., Royersford, Pa. 

3920 Baxter Ave., Nashville, Tenn. 

621 Harvie Ave., Toionto, Ont., Can. 

23 William St., Cambridge, Mass. 

551 California Ave., Chester, W. Va. 

411 W. 30th St., Ashtabula, Ohio 



41 Fairfield St., Boston, Mass. 

18 Russell St., Waltham, Mass. 

704 Cherry St., Lamar, Mo. 

c/o M. E. Haider, R. No. 1, Irwin. Pa. 

11 Patterson St., Dorchester, Mass. 

8 Beech St., Cambridge, Mass. 

6094 N.W. 6th Court, Miami, Fla. 

19 Hamilton St., Everett, Mass. 



Bailey, Ernest B. 
Bailey, Lois E. 
Bailev, Russell 
Bailley, Vera 
Baker, James E. 
Balcom, Lincoln B. 
Ball, Katherine J. 
Barrett, Wesley E. 
Barrueto, Richard B 

3rd Ave., South 118, Guatemala City, Guatemala 



Bartch, Paul E. 
Basham, Paul D. 
Bauer, June E. 
Baum, Jeanette E. 
Beach, Norma Faye 
Bedell, June E. 
Bedor, Mervin A. 
Bennett, Maxwell R. 
Bergers, Mary J. 
Bergers, Paul D. 
Berrv, Bruce E. 
Betts, Ruby E. 
Betts, Stella R. 
Bigelow, Emily M. 
Bigelow, John C. 
Blachly, R. Wesley, Jr 
Black, Andrew H. 
Black, Ollie C. 
Black, Paul E. 
Blake, Evelyn T. 
Blauser, Dorothy I. 
Blove, Jean E. 
Boehm, Mildred L. 
Boozell, Bernice L. 
Bourne, Charles N. 
Bowen. Robert F. 
Bowlby, Paul W. 
Brackett, Gloma J. 
Bradley, Carroll 
Bradley, Marjorie L. 
Brake, Jeanette M. 
Brewster, Ralph H. 
Bricker, John F. 
Brickley. Kathryn E. 
Brickley, Sarah J. 
Bridges, Harvey L.. Jr., 
Brodhead. Charles L., Jr 
Brooks, Howard N. 
Brooks, Stanley E. 
Brown, Colleen R. 
Brown. Gordon 
Brown, John C. 
Brown, Irene J 
Bruce, Charles 



30 Kemper St., Wollaston, Mass. 
711 Severn Ave., Eastport, Md. 
55 West St., Methuen, Mass. 



Ill Worden Ave., Nedrow, N. Y. 

952 Stiles St., N.W., Warren, Ohio 

Shaftsburg, Mich. 

LaFargeville, N. Y. 

243 Arlington St., Wollaston, Mass. 

2738 Glenmawr Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

2738 Glenmawr Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

612 Lincoln Ave., Saugus, Mass. 

2288 Seventh St., Akron, Ohio 

2288 Seventh St., Akron, Ohio 

Monument Beach, Mass. 

Monument Beach, Mass. 

44 Martin St., W. Haven, Conn. 

3718 Sunset, Youngstown, Ohio 

4304 Southern Blvd., Youngstown, Ohio 

840 Beckford St., New Castle, Pa. 

97 Dearborn St., Manchester, N .H. 

R. No. 1, Oil City, Pa. 

R. No. 1, Little Britain, Out., Can. 

4097 E. 131 St., Cleveland, Ohio 

314 W. Grant St., New Castle, Pa. 

14 Mayfair St., Roxbury, Mass. 

I Elmwood St., Roxbury, Mass. 
603 Broadway, Wellsville, Ohio 

55 Victoria St., Lowell, Mass. 

34 Warwick St., Wollaston, Mass. 

2013 N. 21st St., Arlington, Va. 

5201 Samuel Ave., Ashtabula, Ohio 

12 Bellvale St., Maiden, Mass. 

R. No. 1, Irwin, Pa. 

29¥ 2 So. Bentley Ave., Niles, Ohio 

29V 2 So. Bentlev Axe., Niles, Ohio 

193 Winter St., Saugus. Mass. 

I I Union St., Richlandtown. Pa. 
Altona, N. Y. 
Altona, N. Y. 

Waterville. Vt. 

Brookside, N. J. 

Brookside, N. J. 

Brookside, N. J. 

57 Wendell Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



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Bruce, Emma Jane 
Bruce, John W. 
Bruce, Rachel A. 
Bruey, Mary V. 
Bryan, Gloria D. 
Bryan, Marylou E. 
Bryan, W. Jean 
Bryner, Gene P. 
Bula, Ronald E. 
Bunce, N. Ellsworth 
Burnite, Mabel L. 
Burton, Althea M. 
Burton, John E. 
Butt, Irene B. 



126 2nd St., St. Marys, W. Va. 

126 2nd St., St. Marys, W. Va. 

Florence, Vt. 

333 E. Washington St., Lisbon, Ohio 

30 Mead St., Cambridge, Mass. 

30 Mead St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Scranton, Kans. 

R. No. 1, Claysville, Pa. 

101 N. Alton Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

617 Montpelier St., Baltimore, Md. 

708 Price St., West Chester, Pa. 

28 Franklin St., Weymouth, Mass. 

28 Franklin St., Weymouth, Mass. 

18 Gray St., Cambridge, Mass. 



Caldwell, William E. 99 Francis Ave., Pawtucket, R. I. 

Calhoun, Ardith E. 4207 First St., S.E., Washington, D. C. 
Cameron, James R. 322 Washington St., Bath, Me. 

Carnobas, Miriam A. 631 N. 10th St., Reading, Pa. 

Caswell, Quentin 47 Ryder Ave., East Rockaway, N. Y. 
Chalfant, Betty J. 471 So. Osborn, Kankakee, III. 

Chandler, Ada S. 46 Roberts St. .Woonsocket, R. I. 

Charlton, Robert P. 247 Farrington St., Quincy, Mass. 

Chatto, Philip R. 264 South Central Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Chcckley, John T.. Jr. 29 Bennett St., South Portland. Me. 
Christensen, Betty Ruth Altona, N. Y. 

Churchill, Florence Conneautville, Pa. 

Clark, Milton E. 138 Weirfield St.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Clark, Robert E. 138 Weirfield St.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Clemmons, Maxwell P. 1553 Pacific St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Cliff, Eileen B. 82nd St. Marys St., Fredericton, N. B., Can. 
Cliff, Inez 82nd St. Marys St., Fredericton, N. B., Can. 

Clingerman, Kermit G. R. No. 7, Poland, Ohio 

Coghill, Isabel 246 Chisholm Ave., Toronto, Ont., Can. 

Conner, Evelyn J. 26 Grant St., Homer City, Pa. 

Conser, Bowen B. 23 East Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Constantine, Gregorv, Jr. 580 N.W. 40th St., Miami, Fla. 
Coombs, Thelma R. Kiel Ave., Butler, N. J. 

Cooper, Henry J. 53 St. Clair Gardens, Toronto, Ont., Can. 
Copeland, Norman 53 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Copp,, Jane E. 30 Roosevelt Ave., Endicott, N. Y. 

Corvese, Ernest F. 71 Sycamore St., Providence, R. I. 

Couchenour, Gladys M. Box 223, Greensboro, Pa. 

Wilbraham, Mass. 

R. No. 2, Homer City, Pa. 

R. No. 1, Chester, W. Va. 

R. No. 3, Jefferson, Ohio 

359 Main St., Toronto, Ont., Can. 

R No. 1, North Adams. Mass. 

88 Oakland Rd., Halifax, N. S., Can. 

5 Randlett St., Wollaston, Mass. 

8 Taft Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 

8 Taft Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 

12 Presley St., Maiden, Mass. 



Cove, Richard J. 
Cramer, Edward D. 
Crawford, Gloria L. 
Crew, Margaret J. 
Cribbis, Ross R. 
Cronin, Alice J. 
Croucher, Elizabeth 
Cruteher, Lowell 
Cubie, Annie T. 
Cubie, David 
Cummings, Leatrice B. 



Cunningham, Cloyce C. 

743 Rudolph Ave., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 



Daisey, Doris M. 
Dammes. Barbara 
Darling, Harold W. 
Darsch, Donald P. 
Davey, John D. 
Davis, Donald H. 
Davis, Dorothv E. 
Davis, William H., 
DeBar. Frank 
Dell, Shirley J. 



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140-28 157th St., Jamaica, N. Y. 

9 Leonard Rd., Melrose, Mass. 

5302 Elsrode Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Harding St., Medfield, Mass. 

15 Mapleshade Ave., E. Long, Mass. 

R. No. 6, Pontiac, III. 

93 Branford St., Manchester, Conn. 

99-22 67th Rd., Forest Hills, N. Y. 

422 E. Pharr Rd., Decatur, Ga. 



Delp, Jean P. 
DeMott, Dolores 
Deneen, Helen G. 
DeRemer, Charles L. 
DeShields, DeLora 
Desjardine, Millie 
Dickson, Doris M. 
Dill, Robert C. 
Dinsmore, Raymond E. 
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Dobson. Carol L. 
Dodge, Herbert J. 
Dodson, Florabelle J. 
Dohanian, Zaven 
Doll, Armand 
Dollinger, Marion J. 
Dorothy, C. Joy 
Dorsett, Frances L. 
Douglas, Bonnie J. 
Dudley, Herbert L. 
Durkee, Joanne L. 



645 N. 16th St., Allentown, Pa. 

604-A St., S.E., Washington, D. C. 

319 Penna. Ave., Cumberland, Md. 

847 So. 10th St., Allentown, Pa. 

26 Park Place, Port Chester, N. Y. 

Dashwood, Ont. Can. 

30 Court St., Vallev Stream, N. Y. 

139 Atlantic St., N. Quincy, Mass. 

Grand View Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

,, No. 80, Guatemala City, Guatemala 

27 Bloomfield St., Lynn, Mass. 

610 E. Main St., Lancaster, Ohio 

Vintondale, Pa. 

52 Cedar St., Somerville, Mass. 

33 Mvrtle St., Waltham, Mass. 

5010 N. Paulina, Chicago, 111. 

Child wold, N. Y. 

Minden, W. Va. 

75 Ackley Ave., Johnson City, N. Y. 

R. No. 5, Schenectady, N. Y. 

1558 Delia Ave., Akron, Ohio 



Edgington, Howard C. 
Eisenbise, Charles E. 
Eliades, Grace O. 
Elliott, Grace 
Elliott, Pauline M. 
Ellis, Nancy E. 
Emery, Edith M. 
Erbe, Paul W. 
Eshleman, Viola 
Esselstvn, Eleanor S. 
Esselstyn, M. Anne 
Eto, Esther 
Eto, Moses 
Ewing, Mary Jane 



R. No. 4, Bucyrus, Ohio 

R. No. 3, Norristown, Pa. 

Old Aver Rd., Groton, Mass. 

2405 Edmondson Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

72 Prospect Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

East Wareham, Mass. 

Fort Fairfield, Me. 

Robbinsville, N. J. 

312 Highland Ave., Downington, Pa. 

23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

1413 State Rd., Seabrook, N. T. 

1413 State Rd., Seabrook, N. j. 

R. No. 1, Polk, Pa. 



Fader, Wesley R. 
Feil, Beulah M. 
Flemming, Floyd O. 
Flewelling, Marjorie 

Fliger, Eddie M. 
Freeman, Mildred A. 
Friend, John T. 
Friend, Ruby P. 
Fry, E. Wayne 
Frv, H. Theona 
Fry, Paul 
Fulton, Ella E. 



120 Josephine Ave., Somerville, Mass. 
360 Union Ave., Lynbrook, N. Y. 
34 Warwick St., Wollaston, Mass. 
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20 Arlington St., Lynnfield Ctr., Mass. 

R. No. 2, Box 567, Auburn, Cal. 

28 Newhall St., Maiden, Mass. 

Acosta, Pa. 

Acosta, Pa. 

LaFavette, N. Y. 

LaFavette, N. Y. 

832 E. 7th St., Bloomsburg, Pa. 

365 Pauline Ave., Akron, Ohio 



Gant, Edward P. 
Gardner, Beulah E. 
Gardner, Elinor J. 
Gardner, John M. 
Gavette. Janice E. 
Gery, Ray C. 
Gibson, Evelyn L. 
Giles, Janice E. 
Gleason, Carlton 
Goff. William D. 
Golden, John H. 
Gonzalez, Carlos A. 
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415 Harrison St., Newell, W. Va. 

Island Pond, Vt. 

Island Pond, Vt. 

508 Cove Rd., Weirton, W. Va. 

459 Preble St., So. Portland, Me. 

628 Hibberd Ave., Collingdale, Pa. 

1182 Kohler Ave., Akron, Ohio 

R. No. 3, Skowhegan. Me. 

47 Alexander Ave., Providence, R. I. 

101 Ausdale Rd.. Cranston, R. I. 

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Goodwin, George E. 40 Phillips Ave., Norwood, Mass. 

Graeflin, Walter G. 126 So. St., Wellington, Ohio 

Grale, John D. 152 W. End Ave., Freeport, N. Y. 

Graves, James 332 Third Ave., So., Franklin, Tenn. 

Greenfield, Audrey E. 

128 Wiltshire Ave., Toronto, Ont, Can. 
Grey, Lorana C. Hampton Bays, L. I., N. Y. 

Griffith, Anna M. 

Park View Farm, R. No. 4, West Chester, Pa. 
Grosse, Robert E. Nazarene Camp. Northeast, Md. 

Guscott, Charles E. 121 Elm St., Jefferson, Ohio 



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Box 72, Lamira, Ohio 

2654 Harlem Ave., Baltimore, Md. 



Hall, Elaine G. 
Hall, Gordon D. 
Hance, M. Catherine 
Haner, W. Everett 

60 Roxborough St., W. Toronto, Ont., Can. 
Hardy, Deane R. 30 Walnut St., N. Quincy, Mass. 

Harris, Austin F. 169 Harriet, Portland, Me. 

Harris, Harold L. Independence, Ohio 

Haselkamp, Marie A. 26 Roehelle St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Hayden, Richard C. 

19 New Hampshire Ave., Haverhill, Mass., 
Havmaker, Ruth L. 1795 Sedro St., Cuvahoga Falls, Ohio 
1629 Third St., New Brighton. Pa. 
39 California Ave., Quincv, Mass. 
R. No. 1, Box 110, Dover, N. J. 
R. No. 1, Box 110, Dover, N. J. 
233 Chrystal St., Dover, N. J. 
Darlington, Md. 
811 Salem Ave., Hagerstown, Md. 
R. No. 1, Box 391, Washington, Pa. 
97 Douglas St., Uxbridge, Mass. 
635 James St., Syracuse, N. Y. 
1104 S. Duff, Mitchell, S. D. 
230 Scott St., Erie, Pa. 
215 Hancock St., Everett, Mass. 
23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
W. Sunburv, Pa. 
5714 13th St., N.W., Washington, D. C. 
R. No. 1, Peninsula, Ohio 
Tuscarawas, Ohio 
Fort Fairfield, Me. 
220 W. Main St., Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 
133 Turner Ave., Oakville, Conn. 
R. No. 1, Rockville, Conn. 



Hays, David E. 
Hazelton, Daniel V. 
Hedden, Earl R. 
Hedden, Norma M. 
Hedden, Robert 
Henck, Eunice L. 
Henck, Roy M. 
Hennen, Donald H 
Henry, Linwood W. 
Herrington, Beverly J. 
Hersey, Clifford F. 
Hetrick, Betty M. 
Hickman, Barbara C. 
Hicks, Esther R. 
Hilgar, A. Gilbert 
Hill, Cleone M. 
Hill, Kenneth D. 
Hill, Susan G. 
Hilyard, Elsie M. 
Hoffman, Rose M. 
Holbrook, Richard H. 
Holloway, Warren O. 



Holman, Charles R. R. No. 1, Rockville, Conn. 

Holstead, John H. 157V2 Coleman Ave., Toronto, Ont., Can. 
Hood, W. Russell, Jr. R. No. 1, Huntingdon, Pa. 

Hornbersjer, Glenn H. R. No 5, Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Houghtaling, John L. 

126 E. Cheltenham Rd., Syracuse, N. Y. 
Huber, Wilda R. 360 Union Ave., Lvnbrook, N. Y. 

Huna, Frederick T. 400 S.W. 8th St., Miami, Fla. 

Hunt, La Verne A. Vienna, Va. 

Hutcheon, Roy R. 45 North Central, Peabody, Mass. 

Hutchinson, Richard B. 316 E. Horner St., Ebensburg, Pa. 
Hysong, Ralph 217 East End Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Ifediora, Felix Okafo P.O. Box 6, Zaria, Nigeria, West Africa 
Ingland, Robert M. 322 Meadow Ave., Charleroi, Pa. 

Insley, Charles C. 1603 D. St., N.E., Washington. D. C. 

Iott, Beverly A 46 High St., Livermore Falls, Me. 



Jackson, Julian L. 
Jackson, Robert W. 
Janacek, Robert N. 
Jewett, Lloyd W. Jr., 
John, I. Floyd 
Johnson, David S. 
Johnson, Lloyd S. 
Jolicoeur, Paul A. 
Jones, Robert L. 
Jones, Sally E. 
Joy, Marvin C. 



Kauffman, Paul E. 
Keith, Clara M. 
Keith, Pauline R. No. 
Kelley, Florence A. 
k'elley, James M. 
Kelly, Doris L. 
Kemner, H. Margaret 
Kenjockety, Jesse, Jr. 
Kereluik, Donald 
Ketner. Francis D., Jr 
Keys, Clifford E. 
King, Hubert E. 
Kish, Frank G. 
Kish, Marion L. 
Kline, Iris C. 
Knepper, Ralph H. 
Kuschner, Allard W. 
Kuvkendall, Cov F. 



Waterville, Vt. 

1717 Grove St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

514 S. Main, Nashville, Mich. 

18 Wolcott Rd., Danvers, Mass. 

801 Jefferson St., Gary, Ind. 

26 Francis Ave., Manchester, N. H. 

Upper Economy, Nova Scotia, Can. 

21 Eddie St., Quincy, Mass. 

2407 Arunah Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

R. No. 3, Portland, Me. 

Hollywood, Md. 

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R. No. 1, Box 307, Osceola Mills, Pa. 

2, Box 13, Maundy Hill, Portage, Pa. 

134 Garvin Blvd., Sharon Hill, Pa. 

Toronto, Ohio 

25 Belmont St., Reading, Mass. 

1605 W. Main St., Norristown, Pa. 

Box 62, Red House, N. Y. 

91 Fourth Ave., Ottawa, Ont., Can. 

. 212 MacDade Blvd. Collingdale, Pa. 

1243 Maxev Lane, Nashville, Tenn. 

R. No. 2, West Sunburv, Pa. 

9A Landers Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

43 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Whatron, N. J. 

Indian Head, Md. 

Waterfall, Pa. 

Burton, Ohio 

30 Rockland St., Roxbury, Mass. 



Laird, Irving W. 
Landers, Earle W. 
Lantz, Donald J. 
Larkin, Greg 
Larsen, Mildred J. 
Lau, Freda 



Groveville Park, Beacon, N. Y. 
Sanford, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Can. 
31 Maxwell St., Dorchester, Mass. 
63 Everett St., Arlington, Mass. 
254 Chrystal St., Dover, N. J. 
5 Forrv Ave., Hanover. Pa. 
Laudermilk, Rov 1931 E. Bailev Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
LaVigne, Leon S. 1215 City St., Utica, N. Y. 

Lawhead, Alvin S. R. No. 1, Alum Bank, Pa. 

Lefever, Jane E. 611 N. Christian St., Lancaster, Pa. 

Lemmon, Charlotte E. 25 E. Church St., Newton Falls, Ohio 
Lemieux, Ernest S. 26 Linden Ave., Fairhaven, Mass. 

Libby, Evelyn M. 1803 Washington Ave., Portland, Me. 
Lick, Paul S. Freemansburg, Pa. 

Lillibridge, Charlotte L. 

260 Grandview Ave., Wadsworth, Ohio 
Lineman, Mvron M. Custer Citv, Pa. 

Long, Harold O. 429 Monroe St.. N.W., Massilon,' Ohio 

R. No. 1, Marshallville, Ohio 

429 Monroe, N.W., Massilon, Ohio 

30 Walnut St., No. Quincy, Mass. 

5 Dunbarton Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

76 Birchbrow Ave., N. Weymouth, Mass. 



Long, Iris E. 
Long, Russell J. 
Lorenz, Frederick 
Lundin, Rov G. 
Lutz, Robert P. 



McAfee, Ellsworth B. 10 
MacCallum, Jean B. 
McCusker, Thomas J. 
MacDonald, Marie 
MacDonald, Robert M. 1 
McGill, Regina M. 1006 
McIIwain, Arthur W. 385 
MacLearn, Raymond G. 
MacLeod, Mvrtle L. 



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7 Willis St., New Bedford, Mass. 

286 East St.. Walpole, Mass. 

4402 Denison, Cleveland, Ohio 

9 Barstow St., Maiden, Mass. 

26 Orchard St., Somerville, Mass. 

11th St.. New Philadelphia, Ohio 

Bridge Ave., Windsor, Ont.. Can. 

Yarmouth, Me 

70 Pleasant St., Quincy, Mass. 



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MacPherson, Cornelius M. 

1813 Albany St., Schenectady, N. Y. 
MacPherson, Priscilla M. 

1813 Albany St., Schenectady, N. Y. 
Mace, Hayward A. 4 Mill St., Washington, Pa. 

Mann, George B., Jr. 

29 Raymond Ave., \V. Somerville, Mass. 
Marsh, Donald J. 8070 - 87th Rd., Woodhaven, N. Y. 

Martin, Rose M. 248 N. Baldwin St, Johnson City, N. Y. 
Masters, Velnia I. 309 Main St., Toronto, Ohio 

Mateer, Warren W 2028 Lee Highway, Arlington, Va. 

Matheson, Agnes M. 48 Cummings Ave., Quincy, Mass. 
Matthews, Richard E. 275 Weidner Rd., Rochester, N. Y. 
Maxwell, William N. Box 264, Retsil, Wash. 

Maybury, Martha E. 82 Chandler St., W. Somerville, Mass. 
Melnick, Sophie R. No. 1, Pennsgrove, N. J. 

Meredith, Helen M. 

141 Third Ave., South Charleston, W. Va. 
Metcalfe, Russell F. 954 Aberdeen, Akron, Ohio 

Meyer, Elsie L. 234 Elm St., Walpole, Mass. 

Mikulec, William B. 1625 Aberdeen Ave., Columbus, Ohio 
Miller, Joyce E. Kiel Ave., Butler, N. J. 

Miller, Lyle E. 27 Grant St., Union City, Pa. 

Montemuro, A. Ralph, Jr. 

256 Woodworth Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 
Montgomery, Robert E. Chatham, Pa. 

Moore, Jane C. 5421 N. Lawrence, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Morales, Sarah E. 18 Bda., Boringuen, Ponce, Puerto Rico 
Morrisonn, David R. Westchester, Nova Scotia, Can. 

Morse, Vernon C. 14 Nichols St., Danbury, Conn. 

Mullen, Laurence K. Wood Harbor, Nova Scotia, Can. 

Mullen, Lillie L. 

233 Aberdeen St., Fredericton, X. B., Can. 
Musnug, Marie ]. 123 Market St.. Scottdale. Pa. 

Mvers. Margaret M. 127 1 / 2 Brinkerhoff St.. Plattsburg, N. Y. 



Najarian, Berge S. 
Neal, Alden 
Neal, Paul A. 
Neeley, Robert L. 
Nicholson, Harvey C 
Xickerson, Jean Si. 
Nobles, LeBaron R. 
Noelker, Gladys L. 
Noftle, John S. 
Nordstrom, Edgar V. 
Norris, Janet I. 718 N 



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110 Pond St., Medway, Mass. 

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138 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

82 Paris St.. Medford, Mass. 

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Curtisville, Pa. 

1468 Eastern Ave., Maiden, Mass. 

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Oddo, Grace R. Pettibone Rd., Solon, Ohio 

Oney, Mary R. 5008 Virginia Ave., Charleston, W. Va. 

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Parks, William L. 
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Parsons, Ronald J. 
Parsons, R. Elaine 
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Pearsall, Eisner J. 112 
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Peoples, Phoebe 
Perry, Grace B. 
Peryea, Clifford H. 
Petrv, William E., Jr. 
Phelps, Richard E. 
Phillips, V. Ruth 
Phipps, Grace L. Box 
Potter, Edward B. 
Price, Mary A. 
Primrose, Slargaret M. 
Prosperi, Lloyd E. 
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Randall, Carol A. 
Ransom, Elaine A. 
Raycroft, Ray C. 
Reed, Nancylee V. 
Reinhart, Doiothv E. 
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Retter,' Karl W. 
Rice, Gene B. 
Rice, Jean E. 
Rice. Gwendolyn 
Rich, Harry A. 
Rickey, Howard G. 
Roat, John D. 
Robb, Margaret J. 
Roberts, Thelma G. 
Roberts, Viola A. 
Robinson. Bradford X 
Robinson, Kenneth F. 
Romberger, Arland F. 
Rudolph, Wylie C, Jr 
Rugg. Floyd W. 
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Sanborn. Phyllis C. 
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Schlaitzer, Janet 
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Schlosser, Margaret A. 
Scott, Ella G. 
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Sever, Raymond J. 
Shankle, Vernon E 
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Shellito. A. Lucile 
Shene, Dorothy E. 
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Slater, Richard I. 
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Smith, Hadley E. 
Smith, Harris R. 
Smith, Marjorie A. 
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Smith, Wilma H. 
Songer, Joseph R. 
Sparks, rietty Jo 
Speeht, Ruth C. 
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Stahl, Benjamin R. 
Stahl, R. Donald 
Stanton, C. Joyce 
Staples, Marilyn F. 
Stauffer, Dorcas L. 
Steffens, Paul L. 
Steffens, Timothy P. 
Stephey, Emma J. 
Stewart, Ralph R. 
Stinson, Wesley W. 
Storey, Phillip G. 
Stowell, Beverly A. 
Stowell, Garl J., Jr. 
Strathern, Leslie G. 
Studley, Mary F. 
Sutherin, Wanda L. 
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Terwilliger, C. Eugene 
Terwilliger, Dorothy 
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Thomas, Gloria B. 
Thompson, Edward J. 
Thome, Glenn F. 
Tibbetts, William H. 



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Watts, Aleda M. 
Wayman, Charlotte A 
Webber, Marion 
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133 Phipps St., Quincy, Mass. 
201 East St., E. Walpole, Mass. 
Forest, N. Y. 
1208 Elwell St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
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Wheeler, Natalie G. 125 W. Broadway, Derry, N. H. 

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Wilson, Donna L. 201 Oakdale Rd., Johnson City, N. J. 

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Winget, Wilfred L. 
Wirth, Ronald J. 
Wise, Delbert F. 
Wolfe, Wilbur D. 



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Woodcook, Mary Ellen 
Woodward, Oakley E. 
Wortham, James C. 
Wray, Elsie L. 
Wright, Joyce L. 



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Young, Donald L. 
Young, Donna J 
Young, Doris A. 
Young. Doris R. 
Young, Dorothy R. 
Young, Grace L. 
Young, Harold E. 



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Vidt, Nelda D. 644 Butler St., Etna, Pa. 



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Wade, Walter S. 
Wagner, A. Lynette 
Wagner, Norma F. 
Wahl, Norman F. 
Wallace, F. L. Marv 
Wallace, William 
Walton, Clifford L. 
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Courtright, John M. 
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Eisan, Eva Mae 
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806 Harvard St., Endieott. N. Y. 

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Carmichaels, Pa. 



Pearsall, Alan D. 89 So. Center Ave., Rockville Ctr., N. Y. 
Plunimer, Bruce M. 9 Cushing St.. Wollaston, Mass. 

Prentice, Kathleen A. 621 Canton St., Ogdensburg, N. Y. 



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Roberts. Doris M. 
Roberts, Fred H. 



51 Euclid Ave.. Albany N. Y. 

Twillingate, Newfoundland 

■'373 Park St., Dorchester, Mass. 



Ferrioli, Ralph J. 



Gibson, Richard L. 
Click, Halvor H. 
Goodnow, Elizabeth 

Grosse, Doris G. 



Hughes. John A. 



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1334 Greeby St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

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McFall, Gladys L. 
Mook, Paul H. 
Morrow. Donelda J. 



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Shurtliff. Mvles J. 67 
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Stanley, Virgil D. 
Steeves, Ronald D. 
Stewart, Mary-kipp 
Stiles, Lincoln E. 
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